Archive for May, 2009

The Rain Has Stoped

Friday, May 29th, 2009

BASS: The bass are doing quiet well . Some schooling fish have been caught off of the points on lipless crankbaits on both ends of the lake. Top water action has been great , both early and late.

In our tackle shop (for the month of JUNE ) we have CARROT STICK RODS for $129

and CARROT STICK GOLD for $149

CRAPPIE: The crappie are still hitting in 12-15 ft of water trolling with AWD baits. Most of them are coming from the south end of the lake.

CATFISH: the cat are hitting all over the lake on worms and stink bait.

BREAM and SHELLCRACKER: We have had so much rain and wind that the bream and shellcracker have not done much in the last week , but we are thinking they will pick up in the next few days.

We would like to WELCOME the GEORGIA SLAB MASTERS to Lake Talquin for their classic on June the 6th and 7th.The weigh in will be held at Ingrams Marina.

Thanks Rusty

Call 850-627-3822


Monday, May 18th, 2009

BASS: The bass have been eating it up. One man caught between 40&50 bass Saturday. Most of them are between 1&3 lbs. They are in from 5 to 9 ft of water. Trick worms and ArukaShads are doing the best.

CRAPPIE: The crappie are still gonig strong . One of the Geogia guys limited five days in a row , pulling jigs. Midnight and Acid Rain (AWD) have been the best two colors. The specks have been doing good at night on minnows and on jigs around the dock lights.

BREAM & SHELL CRACKERS: The bream are still doing good on worms and crickets in the creeks. The shell crackers have slowed down , but we are thinking that they will bed again next week.


Just about everything is biten !

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

 BASS: The Jacksonville Bass Club had their tournment here this past weekend and they caught some GOOD fish . John Allen had 28.77 lbs. to win with a 9.45 lunker

Loren MurWin  had 25.33 lbs.  and Mike Grant had 23.87 lbs.

 CRAPPIE: The crappie are still doing REAL good there have been several limits come in the last three days , Popcycle , midnight and lemon maringe have been the best colors , in 6-10 feet of water.

  BREAM & SHELLCRACKERS: The bream are doing a lot better . Beds are showing up in most of the creeks (crickets are the bait of choice.) The shell cracker have been doing GREAT , one of the wildlife officers said he saw some of the biggest shell crackers he had seen in several years. ( big reds & green worms are the baits of choice.)

  CATFISH:  The catfish are still being caught on stink bait.