The Crappie Fisherman Giving up on Lochloosa

2009-06-20 12:54:40
Marion County, Florida - Freshwater Fishing Report
Lake Lochloosa

You can still fill your freezer at Lake Lochloosa but don't go there thinking you will load up on slabs. The fishing pressure from the past six weeks has taken it's toll with many days of one hundred plus boats. To catch them you still do not even need live bait just get you some Culprit John Deer green Crappie Baits and attach it to some Vicious Hi-vis Panfish line on a 1/16 oz. pink jig head, cast it out about thirty feet and set your trolling motor speed at one MPH then set back and wait for the action. If you are doing it right and have at least four rods out you should catch between twenty and thirty fish per hour. Also this is a excellent time to take a kid fishing AND REMEMBER THE FWC BIG CATCH PROGRAM FOR THE KIDS. If you would like to learn some tricks for Crappie Fishing please contact Mike Baker- The Crappie Fisherman at 352-625 1180 or visit my web site which is www.thecrappiefisherman.com

Fish Species: Black Crappie
Bait Used: Culprit Tassle Tails
Tackle Used: B&M Rods Viciouws 6# Hi -Vis Panfish Line
Method Used: Fast Trolling
Water Depth: 6'-8'
Water Temperature: 86
Wind Direction: SW
Wind Speed: 0-5 MPH
Kim Newton shows some of Lake Lochloosa fish
Kim Newton shows some of Lake Lochloosa fish

Guide Mike Baker catches his share of Lake Lochloosa fish which were all released today
Guide Mike Baker catches his share of Lake Lochloosa fish which were all released today

Mike Baker

About The Author: Mike Baker

Company: The Crappie Fisherman

Area Reporting: Central Fl.

Bio: Culprit & Vicious pro staff,fl.crappie IGFA line class record holder.top tournament fisherman and florida guide.reccomended by many florida fishing publications and newspapers.fish crappie twelve months

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