Fishing & Boating

Eagle Lake


Black bass (combined largemouth, spotted and smallmouth bass)
Crappie (combined black and white)

Lengths to Release:
Black bass: 16 inches and under
Crappie: 11 inches and under

Creel Limit (per person per day):
Black bass: 10
Crappie: 30

Statewide creel limits apply to all other fish species.

Additional Information:
Regulations for Eagle Lake include the channel leading to the Muddy Bayou water control structure.

All Yo-Yos, and FFFDs (Free Floating Fishing Devices or Jugs; up to 25 per person with 2 single hooks on each) must be legibly marked with either waterproof ink, stamped, or tagged to show the angler’s MDWFP number.  Anglers exempt from buying a license must include their full name and residence address with zip code on the tag. Yo-Yo tags shall be attached above the water line and furnished by the angler.  Yo-Yos and FFFDs must be attended during daylight hours.  Attended means devices must remain in sight of the angler during daylight hours. These devices may be fished at night without attendance.

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