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Fishing Report

Lake Claude Bennett - 6/18/2018 3:02:37 PM

Water Temperature: 86 F          Visibility: 48"

BASS

Some bass may still be in the shallow areas while others are off points in depths of 4 - 10 feet. These fish are being caught using natural color soft plastics lures, crank baits and silver flukes.  Remember to keep small bass to encourage growth of the remaining population.  The daily creel limit for bass is 30 per person.

BREAM

Bream are still being caught in shallow waters. Try fishing with red worms and crickets around the land piers below the campground.

CRAPPIE

Crappie can be caught at multiple depths. Try fishing with minnows or jigs off deep points and near submerged structure.

CATFISH

Catfish should be targeted by bottom fishing in deeper waters. Using chicken liver or cut bait to catch these fish may be your best option. Hand-grabbing season has also started and goes from May 1 and ends July 15.

 

Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks Fisheries Biologists use various sampling methods to assess the fish populations in the State’s waters. Sampling results for selected water bodies are summarized in Reel Facts Sheets

A lake depth map can be accessed at the link below.

Lake Depth Map

 

Four different groups of artificial structures along with natural habitat were added on 1/24/17. There were 20 artificial grass structures and three 5x5x5 artificial box structures placed at each site. The coordinates for these are listed below.

Artificial Structures

N 32.10126   W 89.03272

N 32.10471   W 89.03394

N 32.10353   W 89.03681

N 32.10111   W 89.03254

Hardwood Structures

N 32.10117   W 89.03296

N 32.10422   W 89.03283

N 32.10451   W 89.03358

N 92.10343   W 89.03650

 GPS coordinates that were added on 12/17/14 are listed below.

N 32.10377

N 32.10370

N 32.16356

N 32.10347

N 32.10340

N 32.10316

N 32.10341

N 32.10337

N 32.10328

N 32.10318

N 32.10317

N 32.10320

N 32.10295

N 32.10273

N 32.10256

N 32.10246

N 32.10242

N 32.10241

N 32.10236

N 32.10205

W 89.03727

W 89.03736

W 89.03725

W 89.03755

W 89.03781

W 89.03800

W 89.03819

W 89.03838

W 89.03857

W 89.03857

W 89.03841

W 89.03826

W 89.03812

W 89.03779

W 89.03801

W 89.03859

W 89.03844

W 89.03905

W 89.03867

W 89.03836

N 32.10214

N 32.10186

N 32.10147

N 32.10128

N 32.10149

N 32.10098

N 32.10109

N 32.10090

N 32.10067

N 32.10104

N 32.10206

N 32.10162

N 32.10035

N 32.10015

N 32.09993

N 32.09996

N 32.10023

N 32.10011

N 32.10027

N 32.10402

W 89.03806

W 89.03797

W 89.03799

W 89.03804

W 89.03829

W 89.03822

W 89.03844

W 89.03857

W 89.03843

W 89.03777

W 89.03771

W 89.03778

W 89.03802

W 89.03808

W 89.03819

W 89.03804

W 89.03798

W 89.03793

W 89.03783

W 89.03310

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