Lake Bill Waller
Tuesday, April 25, 2017 2:19 PM
Bream fishing is excellent as the water warms and the fish head
to the shallows to continue spawning. They can be caught with
crickets or worms in shallow water or near structure. Anglers
fishing for bass should try near lily pads and structure with soft
plastics or jerkbaits, watermelon seed and junebug are colors of
choice. Crappie are still being caught near the piers.
Spinning jigs and minnows seems to be the best bet. Catfish are
being caught with hot dogs and liver fished on the
Water Temp: 78°F
Visibility: 36 in.
Note: bass length limit regulations which are
in place at Lake Bill Waller: the bag limit is 15 bass/day the slot
limit is 18 - 22 in. (none can be in possession) with one fish
allowed over 22 in.
Find the Depth Map Here.
For more information about the lake please contact
the lake manager Dustin Brumfield at (601)
11 year old angler with a mess of
Recent catfish caught on a
Recent 9 lb. catch!
Nice catch of bream!
10 lb 8 oz