Fishing ReportLake Perry - 5/22/2018 12:17:11 PM
Statewide Creel Regulations apply on all fish species.
Bream - 100/day Crappie - 30/day Bass - 10/day Catfish - 10/day
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For more information contact Lake Perry manager Joey Hinton at (601) 784-6119.
Water Temp: 84°
Largemouth bass bite is very good right now. They can be caught in the lily pads in back of the lake, around the spillway and in deep waters from a boat. Try watermelon colored plastic worms, topwater lures and flukes.
Bream are starting to bite around the piers and in the pads near the back of the lake. Fishermen are having the most luck on live worms. The Lake Perry Record Bluegill was caught recently from the campground pier using shrimp. It weighed in at 1lb 3oz!
Catfish can be caught with worms or livers fished on the bottom in the old creek channels. They are starting to bite well around the piers as well.
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.
Donnie Parker holding two nice Largemouth Bass
Bream bite is great on Lake Perry
4.2 lbs, 24" Largemouth Bass caught by Kimberly Jenkins
Sonny Clark with some nice Largemouth Bass caught in mid-April.
Jamie Parker with a nice bass he caught from the bank Easter day!
Monica Burnham with a 6lb, 24" Largemouth Bass caught in the lily pads
Record Bluegill (1lb 3oz) caught at Lake Perry on 03/10/18
Recent Redear catch on Lake Perry
Largemouth Bass catch on Lake Perry
Sonny Clark on two separate days with an excellent catch of Bass.
Paul Carrubba with a recent Bass catch on Lake Perry
Recent Crappie catch on Lake Perry