TOMBIGBEE STATE PARK:
Not much action to report in these dog days of summer. The few bass being caught are coming on buzzbaits and t-rigged plastics (both weighted and weightless). Target the edges of the grass/moss lines close to deeper water. The best times have been early and late in the day. Several bass anglers are having luck by down-sizing their tackle and using lighter line and 4-6inch finesse worms. The bream bite is slow. They have moved to deeper water in the coves. A few anglers reported catching a few on crickets and jigs by tight-lining in the middle of the coves or off the points. The crappie reports have been few. Try to target suspended crappie off main lake points in 9 to 15 ft of water using either crappie jigs or minnows. Trolling is a good technique to find schools of fish not relating to any cover.
For more information, contact the park at (662) 842-7669