Welcome to Florida Bass Adventures Lake Toho bass fishing guide service. We are conveniently located just minutes from Disney, Universal Studios and Sea World in the heart of Kissimmee, Florida. If you are ready to experience the thrill and excitement of trophy bass fishing on Lake Toho, you have definitely come to the right place. My trophy bass trips are all about catching big bass and creating memories that will last a lifetime!
As a Full Time Professional Lake Toho Bass Fishing Guide, my goal is to provide clients with the best opportunity to experience a once in a lifetime trophy bass fishing trip. Specializing in trophy bass fishing with artificial lures or live bait, you will learn proven techniques that catch big Florida bass to help improve your own bass fishing skills.
With a long history for producing trophy bass Lake Toho is a regular stop for top bass pros competing on the Bassmaster and FLW Tour. Adding to it's fame, Lake Toho became the current record holder in 2001 for the one day, five bass limit at 45lbs 02 oz averaging 9lbs per bass. Because of Lake Toho's reputation trophy bass fishing I am committed to giving clients the type of trip that reflects this reputation. I cater to clients from all over the world averaging over 250 trips per year so literally, trophy bass fishing is all I do. Most importantly, because it's your day expect the very best.
The guide business in Kissimmee is very competitive with countless websites all trying to get your business. Many of which consist of a group of guides where the client really doesn't know who they will be fishing with. Florida Bass Adventures has and always will be operated by one guide so that when a client books with us they know they will be fishing with the best guide, not the next guide available. I am one of a select few bass fishing guides that grew up right here in Florida and use this lifetime of experience to understand the seasonal patterns of our big bass and their movements so that clients can have a successful day on the water.
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