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Tombigbee State Park - 3/3/2015

TOMBIGBEE STATE PARK:

With the cold and rainy weather continuing to loom, the bite has been slow for just about everything. However, this time of year, fish are starting to transition from their lethargic winter patterns and are starting to feed up for the spawn. For bream, anglers are tight-lining mealworms or redworms along the deeper laydowns and drop-offs with fair success. The crappie and bass bite has been fair but should pick up as the water starts to warm. The crappie are coming out of deeper water near the points. The bass anglers are hitting shoreline structure on the deeper banks and picking up a few fish. Best baits are finesse jig-n-pig combos, lipless crankbaits, suspending jerkbaits and 1/8-1/4 oz shaky head worms. As we move closer to spring, look for fish to start moving shallow. 

 

For more information, contact the park at (662) 842-7669

 

 



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