Lake Toho has been fishing pretty good for us. All artificial fishing trips out here for us as of late and the bass have been playing good for us.
Bass we have been targeting have been hanging around scattered grass and hydrilla mostly on the northern end of the lake. Flukes and senko type baits have been great baits to use, as well as spinner baits and early morning the top water plugs have also been very good for us. We have been getting some limited action on swim baits
Live wild shiners have been doing good out here, we have hit a few spots where you can anchor up and catch some good numbers early in the morning as the bass are schooling up. Once this bite slows down it is best to lose the cork and slow troll the live bait off the back of the boat to continue catching the bass. Flukes and senko type baits remain the go to artificial baits, with some top water action on the High Roller Chug Roller. Steel shad have also been doing pretty good out here, mostly in the trout pattern. Lots of rain lately so look for flowing waters to keep the action steady.