Tuesday, April 25, 2017 2:28 PM
Bream fishing is very good as the water warms, most anglers are
having luck when fishing from boats around the edges of the lake.
Anglers have had success using crickets and worms from the
pier and boat fishing near shore as well. Average catch is
around .5 lbs. Anglers using buzzbaits topwater are getting
decent bites on Bass. Try near the back of the lake and along the
dam and spillway. Crappie fishermen typically do well in deeper
water using minnows or green and black jigs near structures,
especially under overhanging limbs and piers. Crappie have
been biting well around the campground pier as well as deeper
structures in the lake. Catches of a fish weighing 1.5 lbs
are very frequent. Catfish tend to bite on livers and hotdogs along
the bottom. Recent catches have ranged 3 - 10 lbs with a few even
bigger being caught.
Water Temp: 77°F
Visibility: 21 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
Recent 5 lb
Nice catch of
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