Great finish to the day, on Lake Toho in Central Florida bass fishing! I really enjoyed having Mr. Gary Greenwood, and his nephew, Austin on the boat for a great day of Catching! Till next time tight lines and good fishing… From Staff Writer… Capt Tony Summers (fishing@bassonline.com) BassOnline.com / 888-629-BASS

1. Around Lakeland, Alex Hall of Lakeland released an 11-pound, 2-ounce bass at Saddle Creek Park Monday casting a white Spro frog along cattails mid-afternoon before showers and storms moved in, reports Stacy Roberts at Phillips Bait and Tackle. Bass mostly 5-7 pounds at Saddle Creek, best early and late on crankbaits around open-water sand […]

Orlando 67 Days of Smiles – Stacey and Kyle are a couple life long friends and are now friends of ours. Originally from Michigan now residing in New York, they enter a promotional contest offer by Orlando and won the whole thing! As winners of the Orlando 67 Days of Smiles contest Stacey and Kyle […]

Dear BASSonline, Sorry it took so long to write, but occasionally they actually expect me to work while at work!!! I just wanted to say that our trip on Lake Toho on 6/8/09 was Wonderful!!! Captain John Leech is amiable, knowledgeable and seemingly blessed with an unending supply of patience. High, bluebird skies turned off […]

On February 27, 2009 I took Robert Gartelman from Maryland out on fishing adventure. The day produced quite a few fish with the big fish of between 7.5 and 8 Lbs best 5 over 26 lbs. Lake Toho is still producing the best of the trophy bass. Till next time tight lines and good fishing…. […]

Work could wrap up today on a $7.3 million project that dredged dozens of canals on troubled Lake Griffin.The massive effort — one of the biggest ever handled by the Lake County Water Authority — started in 2005 and fell more than a year behind schedule. Officials might call it finished today if they tour […]

Thanks to almost 8″ of rain or more during the month of June, freshwater fishing around Polk County is surprisingly good for panfishing anglers. July Fourth weekend, brought 50-fish limits of combined shellcracker and bluegill were common on area lakes this weekend. Many families were out fishing for the holiday, fishing was better for everything […]

Many people have been feeling rather discouraged and pessimistic about the future of our water resources lately, and for good reason. Our St. Johns River is sick. The river is threatened with further degradation from shortsighted plans to withdraw millions of gallons of water a day from its flow. Also, we are reaching the limits […]

By: Karen Feagins June 24, 2008 — Several Central Florida counties want to withdraw water from the St. John’s to supplement dwindling groundwater supplies. A pending request from Seminole County would take out only a few gallons a day, but environmentalists worry it could open the door to future withdrawals by other counties, amounting to […]

Kevin Spear- Orlando Sentinel Staff Writer WRITING ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER Biologist Jon Shenker’s nets contain an unusual haul of fish that could help resolve Central Florida’s water war with its neighbors to the north.Each of the days-old American shad in his catch looks like a “white sliver with tiny eyeballs” at less than […]