Today Piero and I headed to Lake Toho, Piero came down from Wisconsin, Via Italy for some bass fishing and the bass did not let him down. We started the day on the southern end of the lake, where Piero hooked up with a bass fairly quick using a Brush Hog. After that, we made several moves, missing 4 more bass before they seemed to shut down, we were tossing everything I had on the boat, trying to muster up a bite. We moved to the north end of Toho and switched to of all things a Steel Shad, and in 2 hours time we boated another 18 bass to end the day with a total of 20 bass. We had spotted a few bass cruising that would have gone a good 5 pounds each, but they just would not take anything worked by them. Water temps were running 84.9 when we pulled of the water and the rain, yes folks, rain was heading in, good to finally get some rain. We did not see any schooling action to speak of, and some chatter at the ramp had several people struggling to muster up a limit of bass, the trusty Steel Shad came thru once again.

I’ll be hitting Toho again this week, as well as some scouting out on Clermont Chain, mainly to check water levels out on Clermont. Till my next report, Tight lines and great fishing!!

Last edited by FloridaBassin; 05/06/07 05:36 PM.

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