Fishing & Boating

Fishing Report

Neshoba County Lake - 5/23/2023 3:00:08 PM
Species Detail
Largemouth Bass No report. Try fishing for bass in shallow water around vegetation with soft plastic swimbaits.
Crappie No report. Fish in deeper water with orange or green colored jigs. Live minnows are also a good option when targeting crappie.
Bream Bream have been biting good. Fish in shallow water with small worms or crickets.
Catfish Catfish anglers have done well. Fish in deep water using commercial stinkbait or hotdogs soaked in Kool-Aid.

Report provided by Ms. Sherry Hazelwood, Neshoba County Lake manager


Special Fishing Regulations


Species Type Length To Release
Black Bass (combined largemouth, smallmouth and spotted) Slot length limit 16 to 20 inches
Catfish No length limit

Creel Limits (per person, per day)

Type Amount Additional Information
Black Bass (combined largemouth, smallmouth and spotted) 10 Anglers can harvest only one bass over 20 inches
Catfish 10 Creel limit for all State Fishing and State Park Lakes
  • Only rod and reel or pole fishing is allowed on State Fishing Lakes except that carp, gar, buffalo, and bowfin may be taken by use of bow and arrow at night only after purchasing a valid permit for fishing and/or boating. No other gear is allowed at these lakes. 


  • Fishing is not allowed from courtesy piers adjacent to boat ramps. Night fishing is allowed from the bank or boats which are in compliance with state and coast guard regulations.

Additional Information: 


For information about Neshoba County Lake, please call (601) 656-7376.

Neshoba County Lake depth map


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.           

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