TRACE STATE PARK:
Water temp is in the 80’s. Bass
fishing is still good. Most of the action is still coming on topwater, big
worms, and crankbaits. Most anglers are targeting 15-20ft of water for the off
shore bite. A big skakeyhead is a good alternative if the bite seems slow. Bream
fishing can still be considered good, with most anglers targeting 10-20 feet of
water by dragging the bottom and tightlining. Anglers are using crickets, meal
worms, and red wigglers. Crappie fishing is slow as not many folks are braving
the heat. The few that are targeting the concrete spillway and the dam in 15-20ft
of water, as well as on or around points, coves, and deep water cover using
minnows and jigs. Catfish fishing is slow, but a few anglers are catching a few
in the little lake. Most are using nightcrawlers and liver.
levels will remain down until further notice due to complications with the
levee. An additional boat ramp has been added to help facilitate low water
launching so be careful when launching your boat.
Contact the Park at (662) 489-2958 for more information.