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Calling Panther Lake Sponsored by
Date 13-Nov-14
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Conditions : Calling Panther Lake: Water Temperature: n/a Visibility: 66"

Bass fishing is slow. Soft plastics and topwater baits have produced results. Fish are moving into shallower water to feed in the evenings. Fishing during low light conditions has produced some bass. Look for schools of shad that bass are feeding on.

Bream Bream fishing has slowed some; try redworms fished on the bottom.

Catfish No reports on catfish this week, but recent sampling showed a good number of 3-4 pound catfish in shallow water on the NW end of the dam. Anglers were having success during late evenings and at night using hot dogs and liver fished on the bottom. Bank fishing from the nature trail is also a good place to try for catfish.

Crappie fishing is slow, but it should pick up with the cooling water temperatures. Try the creek channel in 8-10' of water with small minnows. Fishing around structure with small minnows and jigs is also a good bet. Blue and white is a popular color.

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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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