Archive for November, 2011

Fishing Report - Nov. 18, 2011

Friday, November 18th, 2011

Crappie - This has been a great month for the crappie.  Limits are still being caught and most of them are 12 inches and over.  Best fishing reports are still around boy scout creek in 17 - 20 feet of water.  Jig colors bubblegum, acid rain, tenn. shad/chartreuse and blue ice.  Jig heads chartreuse, orange and white.

Bream - Bream have slowed down…..very few being caught.

Bass- Bass are still being caught off the ledges in 8 - 10 feet of water.  Worms and spinner baits.

Catfish - Catfish are being caught all over the lake with stink bait.

Guides available for crappie and bass.  Email or give us a call to get your trip setup. or, 850-627-3822



Fishing Report- Nov. 9, 2011

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011


Crappie - The crappie have really been bitting good…limits are being caught everyday.  Best fishing reports for locations are from Bell Lake to Boy scout creek in 17 - 20 feet of water.  Best jig colors are bubblegum, popsicle, blue/black/chartreuse and acid rain.

Bass - Bass are still being caught in 8 - 10 feet of water off the ledges.  Worms and spinner bait.

Bream - Limits of bream are still being caught in the Rocky Comfort creek and around Little River.  Crickets and red worms.

Catfish - Lots of catfish are still being caught with stink bait and green worms.

Guides available for crappie and bass.  Email or give us a call to get your trip setup. or


Thanks…to everyone that helped and participated in the 2nd memorial tournament in memory of Rusty…..everyone knows how much he loved this lake….this would have made him very proud.

Thanks again…..Pat, Jared, Jason and Jade.



Talquin Report (2 Nov 11)

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

Crappie:  The crappie have been biting pretty good, but the wind has slowed many fishermen from going after them.  Most fish are in the open water across from Bell Lake. Results of the Rusty Leverett Memorial held 29 October 11:  1st Place: Scott Williams @ Brice Berryhill with weight of 11lb 8oz and Big Fish 1 lb 12 oz, 2nd place:  Jarret Leverette @ Danny Cannon 11 lb 3 oz, 3rd place: Curtis Hobbs @ Gerald Manning 10 lb 10 oz.  Special thanks to all fishermen for remembering Rusty Leverette.

Bass:  The wind has slowed most from venturing out but some reports of Bass being caught in the creeks.

Bream:  Still biting crickets and worms.  A limit was brought in this morning.

Catfish:  Catfish are biting in the 12 -14 foot water using stink baits. 

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