Archive for March, 2012

Talquin Fishing Report (25 March 2012)

Sunday, March 25th, 2012

Crappie: The bite was excellent earlier this week but slowed the last couple of days and it been windy,  The best catches came in 10-14 foot of water trolling 1/16 ounce jigheads.  The best colors was acid rain, blue ice, bubblegum, and black/blue/chartruse.  Most of the fish that were caught were females with plenty of eggs.  With the warmer weather and full moon approaching, the bite should get excellent.

Bass: The bass have moved shallow.  Buzzbaits have been working good in the morning and worms later in the day.

Bream/Shellcrackers: The bite is picking up and should continue to improve.  Worms and crickets

Catfish: The catfish have been really biting along the lilly pads.  Many large catches have been brought in.  Stinck Bait

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Fishing Report - March 16,2012

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Crappie-  The crappie are still doing good…all the warm weather has moved some of them into the pads.  Also, for you trolling guys…they are still catching them in 15-30 feet of water in the mouths of the creeks.  Jig colors - blue/black chartreuse,  acid rain, and popsicle.  Lite wire hooks -white, red and orange.

Bream/Shellcrackers -  Had a limit of bream and shellcracker brought in yesterday…some nice sizes.  Crickets and red worms.

Bass - Bass are still doing good…zoom worms and spinner baits off the ledges.

Catfish - All the catfish you want to catch all over the lake.  Sonny’s stick bait.

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