Lake Toho Fishing

Come experience Lake Toho Fishing with trophy bass guide

Book Lake Toho NowWe are the premiere Lake Toho Fishing Guide Service. Enjoy a day in Orlando Florida where the fishing is at its best. We are the Orlando fishing guides of choice, located near Disney World, Epcot, Universal Studio’s, Islands of Adventure, Sea World and other Central Florida attractions located in around Orlando.

Dean -Lake Toho Fishing

Dean -Lake Toho Fishing

Central Florida, Lake Tohopekaliga or “Lake Toho” has long been known as one of Florida’s trophy largemouth bass fisheries.  But in January of 2001 Lake Toho was actually put on the Map. During the B.A.S.S. Top 150 tournament held at Lake Toho, our Skeeter team mate Dean Rojas broke the trail’s all time, one day record, with a five fish limit of 45 pounds 2 ounces.  And, he broke the four day catch record with 20 bass weighing 108 pounds 12 ounces.  After the tournament Rojas commented that, “I can’t believe it. I could have never dreamed that I would catch 108 pounds in a tournament.  You can talk about California having all the big fish, but they don’t have anything to compare to this.  You guys have the big ones here.”  His record Lake Toho Fishing 5 Star Ratedincluded fish weighing 10.13, 10.0, 9.0, 8.2 and 7.3 pounds.

Orlando Florida offers not only Lake Toho fishing which is the most popular lake of the Kissimmee Chain, but the fame Stick Marsh – Farm13 fishery as well as the trophy bass lake Walk in Water. Lake Toho is a relatively shallow 18,800 acre lake that is covered with various types of aquatic vegetation.  The most abundant is the massive hydrilla beds that can be found growing to the surface in up to 12 feet of water. Lake Toho is a lake that faces North/South, the lake is approximately 9 miles long and only a couple miles wide.

Similar to most of the Florida lakes medium to large Wild Shiners are the best producers for trophy fish. However, many lunkers are taken on soft plastics, Carolina rigs, Rat’l Traps, crank baits, soft plastic jerk baits, and suspending hard plastic jerk baits are one of the favorites of the local fishermen. To read about what’s hot when Lake Toho fishing check out these Lake Toho Fishing Reports.

Lake Toho Bass Fishing in Orlando Florida

The rest of the Kissimmee Chain consists of, Lake Cypress (5,500 acres) the first lake south of Toho, Hatchineha (14,500 acres), and Kissimmee (44,000 acres) and  all of these lakes are capable of producing a trophy while you are Florida Bass fishing in Orlando.

We cover the entire central Florida area and when it comes to fishing, no one does like us. We have the credentials and creditability to back it up. Don’t be fooled by some imposture with a saltwater boat, claiming to be a bass fishermen. You know the difference, don’t be sold short!

Your vacation and fishing trip are much too important to be left to chance and they shouldn’t be. Whether your visit in Orlando Florida is a vacation or business trip, we want to make this a “once in a lifetime” event. If you’re an “old pro”, either way make sure you rely on a guide service that is qualified to meet your needs puts you success as a priority. The success of your trip is measured by the memories and pictures you carry home with you, not the money you pay your guide. We know our success revolves around your happiness, this is the heart beat of our business and we will care for you accordingly. That’s why they call us the “Hawg Hunter.”

We also have a full photo album and testimonials of the fish caught by our customers. If you are ready for the adventure of a lifetime, click here to book your Florida guides, or get detailed trip information.

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