: Lake Bill Waller: Fishing is good with bass anglers catching bass using shiners and artificials slowly fished along the slopes in 3 to 10 ft. of water. Some bass are being caught early & late in the day using top water baits like plastic frogs. A 12.2 lb bass was caught last season and multiple 7-9 pounders regularly! Bream fishing has been good along the banks in 4 to 6 ft of water using worms and crickets.Crappie are biting very well and are holding in deeper waters around cover.
Reported by: MDWFP
Lures & Spinners
About: -Lake Bill Waller is a 200 acre
lake and is known for its good population of trophy largemouth bass. The lake also
has good populations of bluegill,redear sunfish
(shellcrackers), crappie and large channel catfish. Three handicapped
access fishing pier and three earth piers make fishing from the bank popular.
Although the lake is restricted to idle speed only, the boat ramp can
accommodate boats of all sizes.
Directions to Lake Bill Waller: From Columbia, MS, off Hwy. 98
take Columbia-Purvis Road. Go 7 miles then take a right onto
Game Reserve Road. Follow signs to lake.