There is nothing more exhilarating when you are fishing a tournament and catch one around 5 pounds first thing in the morning. It sets your head straight, gets you even more focused, and leaves room for hope for the remainder of the day. Sometimes, though, that newly found focus doesn’t get rewarded.
Trying to find some real good clear water to fish topwater baits can be challenging on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. But when you get into an area that has it, things can get electric in a hurry. We started our day off in just such a spot last weekend on Lake Toho. After spending a few minutes on the outside of a trail through the grassline, we came across some water that was perfect for throwing a swimbait near the surface. There were some scattered clumps of pads and hydrilla, all tucked into some pockets deep within the grass.
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