Bee Lake - 9/16/2015 2:16:00 PM
Fishing pressure remains low at Bee this week, and there has been little fishing effort this past week and no new reports. MDWFP fisheries biologist plan to conduct electrofishing on Bee Lake this fall to check the current game fish populations in the lake.
For bass, try fishing soft plastics around the cypress trees or around
the docks and piers in the northern arm of the lake. You may also try
spinnerbaits, jigs, or crankbaits near downed logs or brush piles near
Try fishing for crappie along the outside edges of the cypress trees in 4 - 8 feet of water with jigs, minnows, or crankbaits. Around the bridge pilings near the ramp or around brush tops in the northern arm of the lake can also be good locations this time of year.
For bream, try using crickets or red worms and fishing around the cypress knees.
For catfish, try tightlining in water less than four feet deep near the shoreline, or try setting some trotlines baited with cut bait or stink bait. After rains, targeting pipes or culverts with water flowing into the lake is usually a great area for catfish too.
Bell's store is still open and under new management There is a $5 launch fee to use the new ramp.
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