Fishing remains slow in area lakes
Below are the most current reports on fishing conditions of lakes in the area. Information is courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.
Lake Mary Crawford
Bass fishing is fair. Black or junebug colored worms are the best lures right now. Target shallow and medium depths.
Bream fishing has slowed somewhat, however, one angler caught over 20 every morning last week. Another caught 19 on Sunday on crickets, while another angler did well with a fly rod. Try redworms fished on the bottom for Redear Sunfish.
Crappie fishing is slow. Try minnows and jigs in 8-10 feet of water.
Catfishing is good. Mary Crawford has some nice cats in it. Two big fish were caught over the weekend on ham. Try cutbait, worms or commercial catfish bait on the bottom.
Lake Lincoln State Park
No current reports on bass fishing. Try top water lures and soft plastics in shallow and medium depths.
No current reports on bream fishing. It’s usually beat around a full moon. Crickets and worms are the best baits.
Crappie fishing is reportedly very slow. Anglers are having a tough time catching fish. Try trolling or spider rigging in 8 to 12 feet of water. Minnows and jigs are both working well.
No current reports on catfish. Fishing around the island should produce some fish. Worms or cutbait fished on the bottom are the baits of choice.
Percy Quin State Park
No current reports on bass fishing. Try topwater lures, soft plastics and spinnerbaits in shallow water in the grass and also around the willow trees.
No current reports on bream fishing, but it typically picks up considerably a couple of days before and after a full moon. Try fishing in about four feet of water around the banks. Redworms and crickets are working the best.
No current reports on crappie fishing.
There are no reports on catfish.