Archive for November, 2010

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Crappie:  The Crappie are biting.  They have been caught from Polk Creek all the way past Bell Lake.  Many are trolling the edges of the channel with Popcycle, bubblegum, Blue/white/Chartruse Tail, and Bright Orange.  Many are using either Pink, Orange, Chartruse lightwirehooks heads (1/16).  The weather and bite has been great

Bass:  The bass are biting.  Many are moving to the shallows folling the shad.  The American Bass Anglers Club fished this past weekend.  The winners were Rob Layhon with a weight of 20.57 lbs.  Second was David Howell with a weight of 17.13 lbs.  Third was Travis McQuaig with a weight of 10.48 lbs.  David had big fish 5.48 lbs.

Bream:  The shellcrackers are biting in the rivers.

Catfish:  The Catfish are BITING using stinkbait all over the lake.

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http://www.crappie.com/crappie/georgia-crappie-fishing/153874-thanksgiving-report-lake-talquin.html

3 Nov 2010 Fishing Report

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

Crappie:  The crappie are biting good with several limits caught this morning.  The best colors is Blue Ice with White Head, and blue white Chartruse Tail.  Bubblegum is still good.  The fish are relating to the channel in the 12-18 feet of water.  Some are still being caught in mouth of Boy Scout.

Bream:  Good reports of bream and shellcracker.  One fisherman caught the limit os shellcracker using worms.  Crickits are the bait of choice for bream.

Bass:  The bass are migrating to the creeks.  One fisherman reported catching and releasing over 25 last Sunday.

Catfish:  The catfish are biting just about all over the lake.  Stink Bait works the best.