Fishing ReportLake Lincoln State Park - 11/27/2017 10:05:04 AM
For more detailed information please contact the Park Office at (601) 643-9044
Winter Fishing Tips
Largemouth bass can be caught around brush piles, the dam, and ledges in 5 to 15 ft of water. Try Texas-rigged plastic worms, shaky heads, drop shots, and jigs. Red shad, green pumpkin, and bama bug colors work well. Also try using suspending jerkbaits and lipless crankbaits along the channel where it swings close to the shoreline.
Crappie can be caught in deeper water, around 10 to 15 ft deep. Several anglers report catching limits (30 fish) of good size fish during winter months. Minnows or jigs tipped with minnows are good choices.
Bream can be caught using crickets or worms around brushtops in 5 - 10 ft of water.
Catfish are usually good around creek channels and points. Try cutbait and worms fished on the bottom.
Click here for a lake depth map.
Many fish attractor sites were created in 2011, 2015, and 2016. Many were marked with GPS and the coordinates are listed below. Be sure your GPS is set to read decimal degrees (shown below) and not degrees-minutes-seconds when attempting to locate these attractors.
31.68244N 90.33452W 31.68119N 90.33363W
31.68359N 90.32577 W 31.68923N 90.32704W
31.68854N 90.32812W 31.68641N 90.32838W
31.68555N 90.33482W 31.68615N 90.33572W
31.68636N 90.33631W 31.68235N 90.33931W
31.68163N 90.33286W 31.68714N 90.33889W
31.68564N 90.34160W 31.68773N 90.34068W
31.686371N 90.342832W 31.686216N 90.342427W
31.686700N 90.344174W 31.686742N 90.344383W
31.687083N 90.338932W 31.687271N 90.338780W
31.688252N 90.339651W 31.687964N 90.340410W
31.687860N 90.340297W 31.686948N 90.337655W
31.685357N 90.332758W 31.685790N 90.334282W
31.684320N 90.330282W 31.689012N 90.326904W
31.687161N 90.327620W 31.68395N 90.32569W
31.68237N 90.32540W 31.682422N 90.339712W
31.682382N 90.340029W 31.682391N 90.340286W
31.682311N 90.340676W 31.682894N 90.342308W
31.682851N 90.343119W 31.685536N 90.339867W
31.682529N 90.338604W 31.681592N 90.335060W