Lake Toho has been fishing pretty good for us. All artificial fishing trips out here for us as of late and the bass have been playing good for us.
Bass we have been targeting have been hanging around scattered grass and hydrilla mostly on the northern end of the lake. Flukes and senko type baits have been great baits to use, as well as spinner baits and early morning the top water plugs have also been very good for us. We have been getting some limited action on swim baits
We have been doing pretty good out on Lake Jackson. Wild shiners have been catching a lot of bass out here and some good sized bass as well. Steve came out with us today for a couple hours of some of Florida’s best bass fishing and did it all with artificial lures. Numbers were down some but believe me the smiles Steve had when he caught his new personal best just over six pounds on a senko type bait made for a great day. This toad did a lot of jumping and put on a great show for Steve today. Early morning bite remains the best action as things will slow down some close to high noon. This does not mean fishing is off, just means we slow down the presentation and target certain areas a little harder to keep catching the bass!
Johns Lake has also been doing very good. Brian and Ryan Taylor came for some bass fishing with live wild shiners. Early arrival was the big key to catching bass out here today. The typical schooling bass were where they were supposed to be as usual and made for some good action for the day. The guys were surprised to see all the bass that were schooling as they said they never really see much bass jumping around back home in Ohio.
We had two strikes at a chatterbait during the day, but with the front rolling in the live bait was the definite way to go today out here. Once the wind picked up, the bite shut down. Great day of bass fishing and looking forward to seeing the guys back again next year in June.