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Lake Toho Guide Help

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Hello,

I'm coming down next April for a family vacation, but I plan to take 2 days for myself. I found a saltwater charter I plan to use however I'm looking for anyone that may know if a reputable Toho guide.

I plan on brining down my rods and tackle for the fresh water trip, just want a knowledgeable person of the area that wants to get out for the day. I'm going to catch a southern hog that I hear about.

Anyone know of someone?

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Yes, I was just there, had two guides on two different days, the first was Capt, Kit Grumbly, 407-xxx-xxxx, the second was Capt. Randy with a Nitro Boat, I think I found him thru Capt Justin. Call Justin to try to get capt. Randy or go with Justin, 321-xxx-xxxx.

 

I'll PM you their phone numbers direct.

 

Your going at a good time, they sprayed the weeds so you can get back to the real big hawgs earlier.

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What about boat rentals. I seen toho marina but didn't see that they rent boats.

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I've rented boats on coasts in Fl but never on Lakes, Toho is huge lake and Okeecobie is huge and about 2hrs away from Orlando. I didn't see boat rentals on north end of Toho but I wasn't looking either.

I bet for cost of boat rental you can probably get close to cost of guide. Guide will have all the gear, bait, best locations and local knowledge.

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#PassTheChatter....No boat rentals on Lake Toho, but several guides. Make sure you know what you want out of your trip...interested in livebait fishing, artificial lure fishing and let them know you want to target big fish...otherwise you won't get the trip you want too.

 

Kip Grunloh http://bassfishinbngguideorlando.com 

 

John Leech http://floridabassfishing.com

 

Tony Summers  https://bassonline.com/fishing-guides/central-florida-fishing-guides/

 

Steve Niemoeller http://cflfishing.com

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Thanks for the info guys. Planning on bringing all of my own gear but definitely going artificial bait. So I will have to stay looking around. I added a couple days to my trip so I need to find something to fill the days.

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Thanks for the info guys. Planning on bringing all of my own gear but definitely going artificial bait. So I will have to stay looking around. I added a couple days to my trip so I need to find something to fill the days.

 

We look forward to the trip report.

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Oh I well. I'm going in April if all plans out correctly. I don't know what I'm more excited about, my first salt water trip. Or to check off a lake Toho trip off my bucket list.

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