TOMBIGBEE STATE PARK:
Water temps are in the low 70s breaking into the 60s after some of these cool nights as of late. The bass, bream, and crappie reports are all fair this week. Bream are being caught out of the middle of the coves with small spinners and redworms tightlined on the bottom. The crappie are coming off any sunken brushtops and lay downs, but the wood cover that are on the points have been producing a little better. Both jigs and minnows have been working, but let the fish dictate what they are wanting. The bass are starting to group up and feed up for the winter, so if you catch one chances are that more are close by. Try using small spinnerbaits, jerkbaits and crankbaits to find the fish. Once found, slow down a little bit and try small jigs, T-rigs and shakeyheads. Don’t over look some topwater action this time of year on small minnow imitating lures.
For more information, contact the park at (662) 842-7669