Wildlife on Lake Toho
Wildlife on Lake Toho is majestic. Tohopekaliga means “we will gather here” in the native language but it is known to anglers as world-class bass. Lake Tohopekaliga or Lake Toho is a 23,000-acre fishing lake known for its professional bass fishing competitions and birdwatching opportunities. It is the biggest lake in Osceola County, Florida.
The lake’s native wildlife includes alligators, wading birds, otters, turtles, ospreys, bald eagles, and an abundant population of largemouth bass. We offer private guided charters Lake Toho and Lake Tarpon. You will have a chance to see this wildlife first hand while you are cruising on a boat to your first fishing spot.
The narrow shoreline situated on the north end of Lake Toho provides great bird watching opportunities. For bird enthusiasts or those who simply want to see the variety of wildlife, you might be lucky to spot Snail Kites, Wood Storks, Limpkins, and Fulvous Whistling Ducks. During your stay in Lake Toho, you might catch a glimpse of some of the native birds in the area or even spot an alligator. lake’s native wildlife includes alligators, wading birds, otters, turtles, ospreys, bald eagles, and an abundant population of the largemouth bass.
It’s not unusual to see an alligator on East Lake Tohopekaliga. But city officials say most of those sightings are in a marshy area near the city’s retention pond adjacent to Lakefront Park, which sits on the lake’s southern shore. You could have a glimpse at a alligator if you book your next private charter with Horizon Fishing Charters. We have two of Florida’s best lakes to fish on available for your choosing; Lake Toho in Kissimmee or Lake Tarpon in Tarpon Springs.
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