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Lake Talquin

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   Lake Talquin offers 8,850 acres of abundant largemouth, white and striped bass, black crappie (speckled perch), bluegill, bream and shellcracker. Spring fishing is recommended for bluegill, shellcracker and bass. Early morning and late afternoon are good for flyfishing for bream. Fall is also a favorite fishing time for bass.

Additional information about Lake Talquin can be found through the Florida State Parks Information Center website or by calling (850) 245-2157.

Other Gadsden County fishing spots include the Apalachicola River and the Jim Woodruff Dam in Chattahoochee and the Ochlocknee River in Havana.