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Post Posted: 03:30pm - May 7,18 
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Going to be doing a Disney trip June 2-9. We are staying in a resort subdivision with many ponds. Whats good to use down there this time of year?

Worth it too get a a guide on Toho or any other larger lakes?

Any input is appreciated,

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Post Posted: 04:28pm - May 7,18 
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If you are going to do some serious fishing over the week, then, yes, get a guide. But it you are only going to fish for a day for fun, then maybe. You have to weigh the cost to yourself. Guides are not cheap

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Post Posted: 12:39pm - May 8,18 
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be careful got sum big ol gators down there and they just love a light skinned northern tourist !!!!!!! plastics work

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Post Posted: 02:45pm - May 8,18 
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Google 'Orlando Fab Five Lakes'. I have fished Turkey Lake and pulled some monsters. BPS in Orlando has a deal for $15 you can rent a boat for the morning between 7 - 11 am. Its only about 15 minutes south of the parks.

Gators are no joke down there....no reaching into the water lippin fish. Last January had a gator grab a fish about 10 yds from the dock on me. Scared the shinola out of me and snapped that line clean. Went to Wal-Mart and bought a $20 net.

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Post Posted: 09:08am - May 9,18 
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o you can get a guide trip at the park if you have some time i believe around 200.00 they take you on the lakes in the park never done it but did chk into it problem is your not alone so can be kinda nerve wracking dealing with other non fisherman but good for a family good luck have fun and remember its the happiest place on earth lol

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Post Posted: 12:19am - May 16,18 
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i took the drive from Orlando once to Coco Beach. It was about 1.5 hrs. We did the party/ head boat drift fishing. For $70 it was well worth it. Caught a bunch with boat provided tackle but the well equipt locals did much better. I think snapper/grouper seasons opens Jun 1st. Look it up, i remember there were a few operations running out of there. this was about 4 years ago.

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