Orlando is the perfect location to come catch your trophy largemouth bass you have been dreaming of. You never know what will happen when you adventure out on an Orlando Fishing Monster Bass on Lake Toho in Central Florida.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Mike Watson, Jim and Miguel. They wanted to explore what Florida Bass Fishing had to offer while visiting this beautiful state.
We had a fantastic day out on the water. One of those days that goes down in the books. Lake Toho is producing some amazing fishing conditions that we would love for you to experience.
We ran through 7 dozen shiners on our trip today catching 50 bass. Miguel caught his personal best largemouth bass weighing 9.14 pounds. A true Monster bass you don’t get to see every day.
These bass are on and it is a great time of year to catch a great number of fish with some excellent quality. Florida Bass are up shallow and they are out deep.
Partly Cloudy fishing conditions made for this perfect day out on the water. We found these fish in multiple different locations. Mike, Jim and Miguel had a great day out on the water and I am looking forward to fishing with them again soon!
Cold Front Fishing can really pose challenges to Bass Fishing here in Florida. Experience can really help bring in some of the best bass you have seen. Lake Okeechobee is one of the best lakes to catch bass year round, even when cold fronts roll through.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Bo Lammon. He loves to come and catch largemouth bass out of different locations across the lake. We fished out of Clewiston on this trip for a quick half day trip.
After cold fronts, especially here in Florida, it can be increasing difficult to catch bass. However, we were able to put multiple bass in the boat.
Bo caught over 10 quality largemouth bass with the two biggest fish weighing 6 and 7 pounds. Quality is still there but the numbers were not great on this trip. The forecast is showing a warming trend that will help out the fishing on Lake Okeechobee.
Lake Okeechobee bounces back quite quickly and Bo is looking forward to another amazing trip out on the Lake. Now is the time to come catch your bass of your dreams. Do not miss out on your adventure to catch yours today!
Florida Fishing is one of the best outdoor activities you can experience when living or traveling here. A great Okeechobee City Fishing Experience can help you fall in love with largemouth bass fishing on Lake Okeechobee.
I had the pleasure of fishing with Tammy Sue and her husband Tony. They were traveling from Fort Pierce for some of this Lake Okeechobee Bass Fishing action. We launched out of the North End of the lake at Garrads bait and tackle.
It was a slow bite to start the day. The full moon definitely played to that bite being slow. After moving around a bit to multiple different spots, we came up to a decent little pocket holding fish.
Tammy Sue and Tony were excited to put 20 fish in the boat on their short trip out. The biggest largemouth bass weighed 4.5 pounds. Tammy Sue caught most of the fish and was excited to do so. According to Tony, this is what normally happens.
I am looking forward to fishing with them again in the future. They truly were great people to fish with. Next time, we will create more and new memories, one fish at a time.