Fishing ReportAberdeen Lake - 9/21/2021 5:28:50 PM
|Bass||Anglers are having some success fishing deeper sloughs around grass and stumps with jigs and Texas-rigs as well as around the mouths of old river runs in the main channel with diving crankbaits. An early morning topwater bite is still being reported. With the cooler weather this week look for the topwater bite to extend through the middle of the day.|
|Crappie||The crappie bite is slow with the few crappie anglers mostly fishing standing timber with jigs and minnows.|
|Catfish||Catfish are being caught primarily on jugs and trotlines in and near the navigation channel. Whole and cut shad are working well.|
Special Fishing Regulations
|Species||Type||Length To Release|
|Black Bass (combined largemouth, spotted and smallmouth)||Minimum Length Limit||14 inches and under|
|Crappie (combined white and black)||Minimum Length Limit||9 inches and under|
Creel Limits (per person, per day)
|Bass (combined largemouth, spotted and smallmouth )||10|
|Crappie (combined white and black)||30|
- Paddlefish harvest and possession is prohibited in the Tenn-Tom Waterway, Tombigbee River and it's tributaries.
- Walleye harvest and possession is prohibited in the Tombigbee River and it's tributaries north of Hwy 278 (Monroe, Itawamba and Prentiss Counties).
From the Aberdeen Lake dam downstream to the U.S. Highway 45 overpass, including the auxiliary spillway and the associated bank fishing access area in the Tombigbee River cutoff below the dam.
- Anglers can only use one pole or rod per person.
- Artificial lures with no more than 3 treble hooks no larger than #2 may be used anytime.
- The use of baited or bare treble hooks is illegal.
- No other gear can be used in these waters except that dip or landing nets, cast nets, boat mounted scoops, wire baskets, minnow seines, and minnow traps may be used to capture bait. Anglers keeping minnows, shad, nongame gross fish and non-native fish caught with these gear types must immediately place their catch on ice or in a dry container.
- From Dec 1 until the last day of February - Anglers can only fish with 2 single hooks no larger than #2. Hooks must be secured at least one inch apart.
- From March 1 to Nov 30 - Anglers can only fish with 2 single hooks of any size. Hooks must be secured at least one inch apart.
Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks Fisheries Biologists use various sampling methods to assess the fish populations in the State’s waters. Sampling results for selected water bodies are summarized in Reel Facts Sheets.