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#10968488 - 07/10/15 12:37 PM Toho Guide??
Bass Buster1 Offline
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Registered: 08/26/04
Posts: 1449
Loc: Denton
Wife has a nursing conference around the first of October in Orlando. I am going to meet her there and I have a free day to fish while she is in class!!!! Anyone have a good recommendation for a guide in that area? I have done a little internet research but I always appreciate the opinions of folks on here. Thanks in advance!
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#10968802 - 07/10/15 02:51 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Bass Buster1]
Z119 Offline
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Registered: 09/19/14
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I took a guided trip on Toho several years ago and rounded a guide up off the internet. There are guide services, which means there is a service that acts as a broker. You really wont know who you will get until you schedule a reservation. Most of these are live bait trips and the real downside to this is when the bait is used, your day is over. It might take 2-3 hours to go through 6 dozen shiners but the fee is the same. I discussed this with my guide as an education to him. I explained that our guides, IE Lake Fork, were each independent operators and for the most part, gave 8 hours on the water and that they received the entire fee plus gratuity. I am sure there are those that do artificial trips, but it is a given that it will increase the hours they work. The live bait guides can schedule at least two trips each day. This is just something for you to think about.

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#10968832 - 07/10/15 03:02 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Bass Buster1]
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Originally Posted By: collincountytx
I fished with Captain Rick Butler 407-922-3946 today on Toho. He's been fishing Toho since he could hold a fishing rod. You say you are going in 3-4 weeks which will coincide with the shad spawn and great topwater action at Toho.

I fished today from 0800 to 2pm. We caught 11 LMB all on weightless stick baits. The spawn looked to be about 70% done. I highly recommend Captain Butler. He was referred to me by Art Ferguson (another highly recommended guide)



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#10968990 - 07/10/15 04:40 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Z119]
Bass Buster1 Offline
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Registered: 08/26/04
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Loc: Denton
Originally Posted By: Z119
I took a guided trip on Toho several years ago and rounded a guide up off the internet. There are guide services, which means there is a service that acts as a broker. You really wont know who you will get until you schedule a reservation. Most of these are live bait trips and the real downside to this is when the bait is used, your day is over. It might take 2-3 hours to go through 6 dozen shiners but the fee is the same. I discussed this with my guide as an education to him. I explained that our guides, IE Lake Fork, were each independent operators and for the most part, gave 8 hours on the water and that they received the entire fee plus gratuity. I am sure there are those that do artificial trips, but it is a given that it will increase the hours they work. The live bait guides can schedule at least two trips each day. This is just something for you to think about.


Ya I did the live bait thing 10 years or so ago down there. While shiners are different and a lot of fun to fish, I am looking for a guide that fishes artificial since it will just be me.

Thanks for the tip Collin County!!
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#10969382 - 07/10/15 07:58 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Bass Buster1]
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Call Mark Lundgren 540-809-5238...works at toho marine. Just got back from fishing the FLW All American. Great guy, tell him Mark Allen told you to call him!
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#10969535 - 07/10/15 09:27 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Bass Buster1]
stratos1760dv-Jeremy Offline
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Registered: 10/09/12
Posts: 515
Loc: McKinney, TX
Chuck Pippin 407-580-8458. Had a good trip a few years ago with him. His boat is for sale in TFF boats for sale forum.

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#10972131 - 07/12/15 03:08 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Bass Buster1]
Bass Buster1 Offline
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Registered: 08/26/04
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Loc: Denton
Thanks guys, this gives me a good short list to start with.
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#10972482 - 07/12/15 06:46 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Bass Buster1]
blueduck Offline
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Registered: 10/21/10
Posts: 287
Second the vote for Chuck Pippin!!!! I've fished with him twice and he knows the area and will put you on the fish. Tell him Dick recommended him!
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#10972600 - 07/12/15 07:40 PM Re: Toho Guide?? [Re: Bass Buster1]
Patta-whack Offline
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Registered: 08/29/09
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Captain Tony Summers is a good one also. Went with him this spring and he put us on them.

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