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Fishing Report

Lake Tom Bailey - 10/17/2018 9:37:24 AM

Bass

Look for bass in shallow water. Try fishing near structure using slow rising crankbaits or jerkbaits. Fishing along the dam can be a good option also. 

BREAM

Bream can be caught in the shallows. Try fishing near the bottom in 3 - 6 ft of water using worms or crickets.

CRAPPIE

Crappie can be caught at many depths this time of year. Fish different areas with minnows, small crankbaits or jigs.

CATFISH

Try fishing for catfish along creek channels and deep structure. Fishing with nightcrawlers, liver or cut bait are the best ways to harvest these fish.

 

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

GPS Coordinates for brush piles that were added 1/12/16 are listed below.

Lake depth map can be accessed at the link below.


 
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N 32.42285 W 88.51477 N 32.42555 W 88.51812
N 32.42404 W 88.51488 N 32.42561 W 88.51801
N 32.42430 W 88.51518 N 32.42553 W 88.51788
N 32.42408 W 88.51507 N 32.42570

W 88.51792

N 32.42408 W 88.51528 N 32.42561 W 88.51780
N 32.42440 W 88.51548 N 32.42528 W 88.51798
N 32.42427 W 88.51527 N 32.42521 W 88.51812
N 32.42352 W 88.51484 N 32.42564 W 88.51766
N 32.42377 W 88.51519 N 32.42551 W 88.51769
N 32.42409 W 88.51606 N 32.42573 W 88.51742
N 32.42399 W 88.51614 N 32.42510 W 88.51762
N 32.42411 W 88.51629 N 32.42495 W 88.51744
N 32.42420 W 88.51608 N 32.42518 W 88.51726
N 32.42412 W 88.51650 N 32.42524 W 88.51730
N 32.42398 W 88.51634 N 32.42522 W 88.51714
N 32.42540 W 88.51815 N 32.42543 W 88.51722
N 32.42547 W 88.51802 N 32.42524 W 88.51759

 

 

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