Archive for March, 2010

Fishing Report (19 March 10)

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Crappie:  Biting all over the lake.  Boy Scout is very HOT along with just about any other area in the lake.  Several Limits were caught yesterday with many over 2 lbs.  The fish are in the back of the creeks getting ready to spawn.  They are also along the channel at Harvey Mill and Bell’s Lake.  Check out the new pictures on the photo gallery.

 BASS:  The bass are biting.  At the last American Angular Tournament, it took over 19 pounds to win.  The winners were:  Len Lindahl with 19.91, Second place was Lyles Brooks with 13.30 pounds and third place was Alan Morris with 11.43 pounds.  The big fish was caught by Len Lindahl 5.59 lbs.

 Bream:  Still a little early but one Crappie fisherman said he say he found Shellcrackers bedding in Boy Scout Creek in 10 feet of Water.

Catfish:  Biting all over the lake.

 

 

Fishing Report (9 March 10)

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Crappie:  The crappie are biting in spells.  Sunday afternoon, the fish were in the channel at Harvey Mill, Iron Curtain, and in both the rivers that feed Lake Talquin.  Yesterday,  2 limits were caught trolling the channel at Polk Creek.  The bite should continue and just get better closer to the full moon and as the temps rise.  The water temps yesterday ranged from 52 - 62 with the water color good.  Most were trolling pink lightwirehooks and dark color jigs with chartruse tails and fishing 12-16 feet down.

Bass:  The bass are still little slow with just a few fishermen out on the lake.  This should really pick up in the next weeks.

Bream:  Still a little early but several have been caught will trolling for crappie.

Catfish:  The catfish bite is still good on stink bait or worms.