TOMBIGBEE STATE PARK:
Again, not much change to report as the fishing pressure is very low due to the late summer heat. The few bass being caught are coming on buzzbaits and t-rigged plastic worms (both weighted and weightless). Purple, junebug and tequila sunrise have been the colors working lately. Target the edges of the grass/moss lines and laydowns close to deeper water. The best times have been early and late in the day. During the day, target any deep water cover and structure with soft plastics fished slowly. The bream bite has picked up a little. Anglers are catching some fish on jigs and beetlespins in the coves. The crappie reports have been few and far between. Try to target suspended crappie off main lake points in 9 to 15 ft of water using either crappie jigs or minnows. Trolling is a good technique to find schools of fish not relating to any cover.
For more information, contact the park at (662) 842-7669