Water temps are in the mid 80’s. Both the bream and bass bite could be considered good. For bass, anglers are targeting the points and drop-offs during the day. T-rigged/C-rigged plastics are popular there. A shakeyhead or dropshot might get you a bite or two if the bite seems tough. During the twilight hours, topwater baits fished on the flats are popular. For bream, anglers are using both crickets and redworms in 5 – 10 ft of water. Target those areas just out from bedding areas. The few crappie catches that have been reported are coming from deep water. Crappie are being caught using both jigs and minnows. Catfish anglers have been having some good success in depths of 10 – 18 ft of water along sandy bottoms using night crawlers and chicken liver.
Call lake manager Ken Stanford at (662) 840-5172 for more info.
A depth map of Elvis Presley Lake can be found at the following link: PDF