Finding Fish on West Toho
Posted: 28 September 2009 11:28 PM
Total Posts:  4
Joined  2009-01-13

KVD, Congrats on angler of the year!  This past weekend was great coverage on TV!
My question is about your fishing strategy on West Lake Toho in Kissimmee.  I take my kids on this lake all the time since it’s only about 5 minutes away.  A lot of times we get skunked.  I just noticed that every time you fish down here you ALWAYS come in with a limit, even if you don’t win.  Could you let me know what you look for in hunting down fish on this lake?  I have had recent luck with the Red Eye Shad “Sexy Shad” lipless crank.  We usually fish the Goblet’s cove area.  Anyway, any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Denny Goodridge
Kissimmee, FL


I told ya to be carefull…ya hooked the dog!

Posted: 28 September 2009 11:56 PM   [ # 1 ]
Total Posts:  5487
Joined  2007-03-04

From what I remember on Toho KVD fished isolated clumps of grass out in 6-8FOW. He ripped the red eye shad off the bottom and let it flutter back down and repeated. Hope this helps out.

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