Monthly Archives: October 2015

FFC Members Got Fish At Panasoffkee

Fourteen members of The Villages Freshwater Fishing Club went to Lake Panasoffkee Thursday Oct 29th. The weather was typical Florida style…. sunny & pleasant….but not all the fishing was the same. A few got skunked…. a few caught fish….I heard … Continue reading

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Few Bass Being Caught & Ya Ever Hear It Comes In 3’s ?

16 Anglers recently were casting for cash at Lake Spivey on the world renown Tsala Apopka Chain near Inverness. The weights were right where the tournament participants anticipated….John Devenny weighed in 5 bass that totalled 11.28 lbs. He also had … Continue reading

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Jim Sweatman of FFWCC Presents a Very Encompassing Mixture of Bass Biology and Catching Methods

Current president  Steve Henderson (left) presented past president Jerry Echols a plaque of appreciation for 8 years of service as Club President. During the same period, Jerry’s wife Marge (recently deceased) served as Club Treasurer.  Together they were a team … Continue reading

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This Is NOT The Time To Diet

The bass fishing reports received over the past 10 days should peak your interest about as much as a colonoscopy. While a few have scored with limited success, many are scratching there backside wondering where the hell they’ve disappeared to. … Continue reading

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A Crappie Day? Depends On Your Definition

Captain John Peyton called today to inform me that the specks (crappie) are biting on the following lakes:  Woodruff, Lochloosa, Dexter, & Crescent…. and our club was very close to Lake Woodruff when they went to Astor to fish the … Continue reading

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