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Tombigbee State Park - 3/23/2015

TOMBIGBEE STATE PARK:

Water temps continue to rise and the bite is picking up for crappie and bass. The bass are starting to move up on the flats and into the backs of pockets to spawn. Texas rigged lizards and other soft plastics will work for the fish that have moved up. For those fish still holding along transitional areas, try using spinnerbaits and crankbaits as these fish tend to be more aggressive. The crappie reports are picking up as well. Crappie are moving up and holding in the shallow laydowns and brushtops. Both jigs and minnows are catching fish, but many anglers opt for the jig this time of year as the fish seem to be a little more aggressive. For bream, anglers are targeting 6-10 feet of water near the mouths of the coves and off the ends of the piers. Tight-lining jigs and/or meal worms continues to be the best technique. 

For more information, contact the park at (662) 842-7669

 

 



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