Calling Panther Lake

Copiah - Mississippi


  • 6 catches

  • 225 followers

  • 2 spots

This newly constructed lake, completed in Crystal Springs 2002, harbors significant standing timber and numerous deep creek channels.

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Calling Panther Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 5 lb. 1 oz. 20 in. Largemouth Bass with a FishUSA Premium Crawler Harness

    1. nice
    2. Rick Carey 0
      yes sir smacking them...nice
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  2. 8 lb. Largemouth Bass with a 7 in swim bait

    1. jeff mcelroy 0
      hawg!
    2. Josh Sommerville 0
      Nice Bass Chris
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  3. 5 lb. 8 oz. Largemouth Bass with a 12" jelly worm

    1. Joseph Blair 0
      Nice
    2. Pete Garm 0
      Nice fish man, what kind of rig are you puttin around on?
    3. Melissa Norris 0
      nice catch 😀
    4. Shawn Gearinger 0
      Nice one!
    5. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice
    6. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Ice looking Bass! Congrats
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  4. 6 lb. 22 in. Largemouth Bass with a Rapala clackin rap lippless crankbait

    1. Johnny khong 0
      Can't beat that!
    2. Tim Steinmetz 0
      Great bass!
    3. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Nice work Sasha
    4. Sasha Tuttle 0
      I haven't even got to the store yet to pick up some redeye shads
    5. Sasha Tuttle 0
      Thank you so much john! for the tip to fish it like a spinner bait I own this fish to you by far the biggest bass I've caught this year and on lippless
    6. John Fitch 0
      Looks like your using that rattle trap pretty damn good
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  5. 4 lb. 10 oz. Largemouth Bass with a kvd strike kind sexy frog

  6. Largemouth bass fishing has picked up. Fish are being caught in the bends of the creek channel on watermelon colored soft plastics. Target the channel ledges. Weedless ...more plastics are usually the best way to fish Calling Panther, but crankbaits and rattletraps can easily be fished off the levee in the afternoons.
    Bream fishing has been slow, with a few being caught on redworms fished on the bottom. Also, try using crickets and redworms around brushtops in 3-6 feet of water.
    Catfish were biting on livers and hot dogs along the dam. Also, try the creek channel in the lake as well as the creek at the nature trail. Catfish are being caught at night right now as well.
    Crappie fishing is picking up. Try fishing minnows or jigs around tops in medium depths of water. Also, try the structure around the dam.
    Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

  7. Largemouth bass fishing has picked up. Fish are being caught in the bends of the creek channel on watermelon colored soft plastics. Target the channel ledges. Weedless ...more plastics are usually the best way to fish Calling Panther, but crankbaits and rattletraps can easily be fished off the levee in the afternoons.
    Bream fishing has been slow. Try using crickets and redworms around brushtops in 3-6 feet of water.
    Catfish were biting on livers and hot dogs along the dam. Also, try the creek channel in the lake as well as the creek at the nature trail. Catfish are being caught at night right now as well.
    Crappie are in deep water and are suspended in 6-12 ft. of water. Try fishing minnows or jigs around tops in medium depths of water. Also, try the structure around the dam. Nightfishing has been popular lately as well.
    Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

  8. Largemouth bass are biting! Fish are being caught in the bends of the creek channel on watermelon colored soft plastics. Target the channel ledges. Dark or natural ...more colored soft plastics are also popular choices. Weedless plastics are usually the best way to fish Calling Panther, but crankbaits and rattletraps can easily be fished off the levee in the afternoons.
    Bream fishing has been slow lately. Try using crickets and redworms around brushtops in 3-6 feet of water.
    Catfish are biting on livers and hot dogs along the dam. Also, try the creek channel in the lake as well as the creek at the nature trail. Catfish are being caught at night right now as well.
    Crappie are in deep water and are suspended in 6-12 ft. of water. Try fishing minnows or jigs around tops in medium depths of water. Also, try the structure around the dam. Nightfishing has been popular lately as well.
    Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

  9. Largemouth bass are biting! Fish are being caught in about 12 feet of water on big worms. Also, try fishing the bends of the creek channel. Target the channel ...more ledges. Dark or natural colored soft plastics are popular choices. Weedless plastics are usually the best way to fish Calling Panther, but crankbaits and rattletraps can easily be fished off the levee in the afternoons.
    Bream fishing has been slow lately. Try using crickets and redworms around brushtops in 3-6 feet of water.
    Catfish are biting on livers and hot dogs along the dam. Also, try the creek channel in the lake as well as the creek at the nature trail. Catfish are being caught at night right now as well.
    Crappie are in deep water and are suspended in 6-12 ft. of water. Try fishing minnows or jigs around tops in medium depths of water. Also, try the structure around the dam. Nightfishing has been popular lately as well.
    Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

  10. Largemouth bass fishing has slowed considerably, but some fish are still being caught. Reports of 1-2 lb. fish being caught on large plastic worms and fishing the ...more bends of the creek channel. Target the channel ledges. Dark or natural colored soft plastics are popular choices. Weedless plastics are usually the best way to fish Calling Panther, but crankbaits and rattletraps can easily be fished off the levee in the afternoons.
    Bream fishing has been slow lately. Try using crickets and redworms around brushtops in 3-6 feet of water.
    Catfish can be caught on liver or cool-cat worms fished on the bottom in about 5-10 feet of water. Also, try the creek channel in the lake as well as the creek at the nature trail. Catfish are being caught at night right now as well.
    Crappie are in deep water and are suspended in 6-12 ft. of water. Try fishing minnows or jigs around tops in medium depths of water. Also, try the structure around the dam. Nightfishing has been popular lately as well.
    Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

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