TOMBIGBEE STATE PARK:
Water temps continue to fall as we move closer to winter.
Fishing is a little slow. For bass try targeting the points and any ditches
leading back into the coves. Crankbaits, jerkbaits, rattle traps, small
spinnberbaits and finesse worms should get you a few bites. This time of year, if
you catch one, there are more closeby as they are grouped up and feeding up for
winter. The bream are slowing down with the cooler temps but still can be
caught along deeper shoreline cover and primary drop-offs with tight-lined
redworms and waxworms. Crappie are holding on sunken brush along the creek
channel and primary dropoffs. Both jigs and minnows have been working, but one
may out produce the other on any given day. Also try trolling small crankbaits
in the same areas.
For more information, contact the park at (662) 842-7669