Bream fishing is picking up steadily in 2-6 feet of water, most anglers are having luck when fishing from the bank, average size caught is around .5 lbs . Anglers have had success using crickets and worms from boats as well. Anglers using crankbaits and frogs topwater are getting decent bites on Bass. Try near the back of the lake and along the dam in the lily pads. Crappie fishermen typically do well in deeper water using minnows or green and black jigs near structures, especially under overhanging limbs and piers. Catfish have been biting well along the piers in front of the office, they tend to bite on livers and hotdogs along the bottom.
Water Temp: 81°F
Visibility: 22 in.
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For more information contact Lake Perry manager Joey Hinton at (601) 784-6119.
2 lb Black Crappie caught in Late March 2017
3.5 lb Magnolia crappie!! (New lake record)
Recent catch of bream
Recent 5 lb bass
Nice catch of bass