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35° 0' 18.1008" N, 88° 11' 52.6848" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, & Parks - Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, & Parks
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Cloudy
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 16, 2014
The water level is 414.02 and relatively holding at the time of this report. Surface water temps are in the middle to upper 80s. Current, or lack thereof, continues to play a major role in the bite for several species. Bass reports are varying, depending on who you talk to. The bite continues to be challenging for most as quality bites get tougher to come by as we continue through the dog days of summer and fish get used to seeing a lot of the standard lures anglers throw. However, a few anglers figured the fish out this past weekend as it took 25lbs to win a team trail tournament out of Pickwick Landing this past Saturday. The deep, off-shore bite continues to produce good fish if you can get them to bite, but with very little current running, its proving to be tough. Deep diving crankbaits, C-rigs, football jigs, spoons and big T-rig worms are all catching fish. The nighttime bite is continues to be good along the bluff walls in Bear and Yellow Creek. Black spinnerbaits and jigs are working there. Reports of good stripers are still coming in from behind both Pickwick and Wilson dams. Swimbaits and spoons are both working. Catfish anglers have been having mixed success on cut bait, flavored chicken and whole skipjack. Best depths for larger fish bumping the bottom has been 15-20 ft, with deeper water nearby. A reminder that the Mississippi handgrabbing season runs from May 1 - July 15. On Pickwick, only one catfish over 34 inches may be harvested. Please view the rules and regulations regarding handgrabbing before you head out. For current lake levels and current generation schedules, go to http://www.lakeinfo.tva.gov/htbin/lakeinfo?site=PKHDataType=AllSUBMIT=View+data
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Fishing Report Provided by Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, & Parks - Mississippi Wildlife, Fisheries, & Parks
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp: | Clarity:
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 2, 2014
The water level is 413.94 and relatively holding at the time of this report. Current, or lack thereof, continues to play a major role in the bite for several species. Bass reports are varying, depending on who you talk to. It took 26lbs to win a team tournament out of McFarland Park this past Sunday, including an 8lber. It also took only 7lbs to win a club tournament out of J.P. Coleman State Park this past Saturday. To say the bite is challenging would be an understatement. The deep, off-shore bite is steadily producing good fish if you can get them to bite, but with very little current running, its proving to be tough. Deep diving crankbaits, C-rigs, football jigs, and big T-rig worms are all catching fish. The nighttime bite is still fairly good right now as well along the bluff walls in Bear and Yellow Creek. Black spinnerbaits and jigs are working there. Reports of good stripers are still coming in from behind both Pickwick and Wilson dams. Swimbaits and spoons are both working. Catfish anglers have been having mixed success on cut bait and whole skipjack. Many reports are continuing to come in with people catching cats along the rock walls as the spawn is in full swing. Best depths for larger fish bumping the bottom has been 15-20 ft, with deeper water nearby. A reminder that the Mississippi handgrabbing season runs from May 1 - July 15. On Pickwick, only one catfish over 34 inches may be harvested. Please view the rules and regulations regarding handgrabbing before you head out. Here'sthe 8.04lb lunker from Sunday. For current lake levels and current generation schedules, go to http://www.lakeinfo.tva.gov/htbin/lakeinfo?site=PKHDataType=AllSUBMIT=View+data
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