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Calling Panther Lake Sponsored by
Date 04-Oct-17
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Conditions : Calling Panther Lake: Water temperature: 86 Visibility: 14 "

Bass fishing is fair. Soft plastics fished 12 to 15 feet deep have been effective recently. A couple of nice bass have been caught recently: a 6 pounder and one that weighed 7.3 pounds. Both were caught on big plastic worms. Four bass over 8 pounds were weighed in a few weeks ago. Quite a few other big bass have been caught this year at Calling Panther: eight 8 pound bass, a 10 pounder, a 9 pound bass, a 7 pound bass, and an 11 pounder.

Bream fishing is fair to good. Bluegill on crickets and earthworms fished on bottom are working well for redear.

Bream fishing is fair to good. Bluegill on crickets and earthworms fished on bottom are working well for redear.

Crappie fishing is still slow. Minnows are best in 10 to 12 feet of water.

Catfish The catfish bite is fair. Anglers using large minnows, night crawlers, chicken livers, and cutbait are having success.

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About: - Calling Panther Lake is a 512 acre lake located in Copiah County.

Facilities: 23 camping pads with water, electrical an sewer hookups, nature trail, fishing Pier, and boat ramp.

Skiing: Wednesday and Sunday

Directions to Calling Panther Lake: From I-55 South and Hwy. 27 in Crystal Springs, take a Left Go to Hwy 51 and turn Right Go 1.3 miles and turn Right at 4-way Stop (Georgetown Street) Georgetown Street becomes Utica Road after I-55 Go 1.1 miles and take a Left on New Zion Road Go 5.1 miles and take a Left on Gaddy Lane Go 1.8 miles and turn Left on Lake Entrance Road.

For information about Calling Panther Lake, please call 601-892-4776


Misc Info: - Creel limits: Largemouth bass 30 fish/day, 1 fish >20 inches. Channel Catfish 10 fish/day Bream 100 fish/day Crappie 30 fish/day Skiing will be permitted on Wednesday and Sunday, noon to sunset.




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