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Fishing Report

Lake Claude Bennett - 4/16/2019 10:59:25 AM

 Water Temperature: 67 F          Visibility: 24"

Bass

Bass fishing has been fair. Bass should still be in the shallow areas of the lake. Try fishing around shallow structure with spinner baits and soft plastic lures. The daily creel limit for bass is 30 per person. 

 

Bream

Bream fishing has been poor. Bream can be targeted at depths of 3 - 6 ft around brush piles and gravel beds with crickets or red worms. Some anglers have been having some success below the campground. 

 

Crappie 

Crappie have been biting good. Crappie have been caught at a variety of depths. Crappie have been near the campground in 3 - 5 feet of water. Fish attractor buoys can be great places to try also. Minnows or jigs fished along the dam have produced some good fish too.

 

Catfish

Fishing for catfish has fair. Catfish should be targeted at depths of 8 - 10 ft along creek ledges and deep structure. Stink baits have been working well. 

 

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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