According to Texas pro Kelly Jordon, "Toho is the best lake on the chain." When the fishing is really good, the tournaments are usually won on Toho. Smaller than Kissimmee, it fishes bigger.
In this photo gallery you will see the 2008 Elite Series Citrus Slam on the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes. It is the fourth day launch.
It isn't unusual to find optimistic anglers on the final day of a Bassmaster Elite Series tournament. If an angler is fishing Sunday, there's at least a chance to take home the $100,000 winner's prize, and it sure beats watching from the dock or a long drive home.
In this article you will read about Butch Tucker and other co-anglers.
Going into the BASS Elite Series tournament on the Kissimmee Chain, the conventional wisdom was sight-fishing for spawning bass wouldn't play much of a role.
There are almost as many colors of soft-plastic baits as there are bass fishermen. One of Butch Tucker's favorites is junebug. It's a bluish-purple, metal-flaked staple of bass anglers around the country, and it's especially popular on Florida lakes.
In this article, you can read how using the junebug color put the $25,000 prize into Butch Tucker's pocket at the 2008 Citrus Slam.
Read how Elite Series pro Matt Amedeo accidentally hooked Mary Delgato his biggest catch on Day Two of the Citrus Slam.
In this article, you can read how Kelly Jordon has sightfished his way to a nearly 8-pound advantage in the Citrus Slam. He has every intention of continuing the productive pattern today.
In this article, read how the strength of his opening-day catch was more than enough to keep Butch Tucker atop the leaderboard even though he suffered a significant drop in weight on Day Two of the Citrus Slam.