Orlando Bass Guide Rates for Lake Toho, Harris Chain and Butler Chain

The following are Florida Bass Adventures current rates for each type of trip offered. All prices are for up to 2 people. The cost for a third person on your trip will be posted under "third person". Maximum of 3 people per boat unless you have reserved a pontoon for the day.

Florida Bass Adventures works with the best guides in the area to accommodate large group trips. A bass fishing trip is a great way to develop team building within your group. Contact us if you would like to arrange your trip.

The videos below are for clients to get some idea of what to expect and hopefully help deciding if you would like to make a reservation. The first video is of Scott Riley, one of my favorite clients that passed away a couple of years ago. He caught 26 bass that day with his 5 best going for 34 lbs all on artificial lures!

4 HOUR TROPHY BASS TRIP

Fishing for up to 2 persons $275.00
3rd additional person - $75.00
Live Bait - $20 per dozen
Either Artificial Lures or Live bait
Artificial Lure Trips - 2 person max

6 HOUR TROPHY BASS TRIP

Fishing for up to 2 persons $325.00
3rd additional person - $75.00
Live Bait - $20 per dozen
Combo Artificial Lures & Live Bait
Artificial Lure Trips - 2 person max

8 HOUR TROPHY BASS TRIP

Fishing for up to 2 persons $400.00
3rd additional person $100.00
Live Bait - $20 per dozen
Combo Artificial Lures & Live Bait
Artificial Lure Trips - 2 person max

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Ice, water and Gatorade (in Summer)
are provided but if you would like to
bring something else there is plenty
of room in the cooler. If you bring soda
please bring 20 oz bottles not cans.
* If you bring a cooler please only
bringa soft sided type.
- Rods and Reels.
- All lures and Terminal Tackle
- Captains license & Guide insurance.
- Late Model Tournament Bass Boat.
 (Boat is pictured below)

WHAT TO BRING

- If meeting at Lake Toho, directions.
- Florida fishing license.
- A hat and polarized sunglasses.
- A sunscreen with an SPF of 30.
- A camera phone or video camera.
- Rain gear. (ponchos suck!)
- Snacks that are easy to carry and
easy to consume. Bags of chips,
muffins, large bags of cookies would
not be considered "easy".
- Sandwiches on 8 hour trips that are
already prepared and ready to eat.
- NO BEER PLEASE. Charter Captains
Insurance does not allow Alcohol.

WHAT WE'RE UP TO

CLIENT VIDEO

A REASON TO FISH WITH US

THE BOAT YOU WILL BE FISHING FROM