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Bass Fishing Forecasts

Top Places for Bass Fishing in Mississippi

by Cliff Covington   |  April 4th, 2014 0
Bass, Bass Fishing, Lunkers, Trophy Bass

Photo By Ron Sinfelt

If you plan to do some bass fishing in Mississippi this month, the options are many. But, here are some of the lakes that you don’t want to overlook. The bass are active and ready for a fight in these locations.

PICKWICK LAKE

Pick your poison when it comes to bass fishing at Pickwick Lake. Whether it’s largemouths, smallmouths, or spotted bass that get your angling blood boiling, this man-made reservoir offers excellent opportunities for all three. Primarily known for its giant smallmouths, Pickwick Lake anglers are prone to catch just about any fish species found in temperate North America.

Located in the far reaches of northeast Mississippi near the sleepy town of Iuka in Tishomingo County, Pickwick Lake is the Magnolia State’s premier fishing destination. This massive 50,000-acre impoundment is one of several lakes formed by the damming of the Tennessee River. With almost 500 miles of shoreline bordering Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee, this lake is prime black bass habitat.

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