Located just west of Tallahassee, this 8,800 acre reservoir is nationally known for its high quality black crappie (speckled perch) fishery. The best crappie fishing occurs in winter months (January through April) during the prespawn and spawning period. There is very little vegetation, but lots of tree stumps and logs. At certain times of year largemouth bass, bluegill, redear, white bass, and striped bass fishing are excellent. Lake Talquin, for a Florida lake, is deep with an average depth of 15 feet and a maximum depth of 40 feet. There are 7 public boat ramps and 5 public fishing piers on the Leon County side of the lake (Hwy 20). On the Gadsden County side, there are 3 public boat ramps and 2 public fishing piers. Six fish camps surround the lake. For additional information you may contact Whipporwill Sportman's Lodge at 850-875-2605. All black bass that are less than 18 inches in total length and crappie that are less than 10 inches in total length must be released immediately.
Welcome to Lake Cumberland, one of the largest man-made lakes in the nation! Lake Cumberland was formed in the 1950s, when a large section of the Cumberland River was dammed. Built by the Corp of Engineers, the lake is 110 miles long and has an average depth of 90 feet. There are 9 marinas on the lake, with 2 located in Pulaski County, offering plenty of adventure, great coves and spectacular fishing opportunities. Our lake is surrounded by high cliffs where people build their dream homes. A Corp property line prevents houses and businesses being built directly along the water’s edge. When on the lake, you can see a few houses, but the cliffs and shoreline of the lake are clean and undisturbed, with plenty of trees, great fishing spots, wonderful waterfalls and coves, some of which during the summer, may be occupied with houseboats. Today, we invite you to discover 1,255 miles of shoreline fun at one of America's finest vacation destinations. Throughout the years, the more than 52,000 acres (at summer pool) of Lake Cumberland have become a favorite vacation and recreation spot for millions of visitors, in fact more visitors than at Yellowstone National Park.
Crappie USA Inc., “America’s Premier National Crappie Fishing Tournament Organization” will be holding a qualifying event on Lake George and Weir July 26, 2014. Anglers will be fishing for a 7-fish limit of crappie, which could net them a check along with the opportunity to advance to the Cabela’s Crappie USA Classic, the most prestigious event in crappie fishing today. This year's classic will be held October 16-18, 2014 on Lake Cumberland at Somerset, Kentucky.
Crappie USA and the American Crappie Association are proud to announce that the fine folks at Keep Alive have put together a great opportunity for ACA members to save 20% on your entire purchase! Keep Alive is the industry leader in keeping fish alive! From aerators, livewells and live bait tanks, bait pumps, and fishing oxygenation systems, keep alive will help keep your fish and live bait alive and healthy! To get this discount just give your active ACA# when you place your order. To see the full line of products from Keep Alive visit www.keepalive.net or www.oxygeninfuser.com or call 727.841.0407. With so many of our members moving to live oxygen systems this is the perfect opportunity to get the best system for a fabulous price.
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