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Calling Panther Lake Sponsored by

Date 18-Apr-14
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Conditions : Calling Panther Lake: Water Temperature: mid 60s

The lake level is still up after the big rains, and the water is stained.

Bass fishing has slowed, but some are being caught on soft plastics and other artificial lures. At a recent tournament, the winning weight was 15.1# with the big fish weighing

The bass are moving up into the shallower water and were being caught on watermelon red lizards. Water temperatures have dropped some but should come back up this week with warmer weather moving in. Artificial lures are starting to be successful, particularly big worms and other soft plastics. Watermelon red is a good color.

Bream Currently there are no reports on bream. Try fishing with crickets and worms around brushtops in 5-10 feet of water. Tight lining with redworms is a good way to catch redear sunfish.

Catfish There are no current reports on catfish, but catfishing has been good. Fish are biting on livers fished on the bottom along the dam and in the creek channel. Fishing is usually good on the shallower flats and points. Also, try the creek along the nature trail.

Crappie Crappie fishing is slowly picking up on Calling Panther. The fish that have been caught were nice-sized fish. Fish around structure with small minnows and jigs.

Reported by: MDWFP

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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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