Kemper County Lake

Kemper - Mississippi


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  • 85 followers

  • 1 spots

Most anglers fish for largemouth bass. The lake also has good populations of large bluegill and shellcrackers. Two fishing piers are available at the south end of the lake. The boat ramps can accommodate boats of all sizes.

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Kemper County Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 2 lb. Largemouth Bass with a Deep Diving Crankbait

  2. Fishing has slowed down with the hot weather this past week. Had some good reports of bass being caught off of points and around brush piles using watermelon colored ...more plastic worms. Crappie, no reports. Bream are biting live bait deep. Fish Bluegill beds with crickets. Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

  3. Bass fishing with topwater is good at first daylight and late evening. Buzzbaits and frogs are catching fish. Fish plastic worms around structure later in the ...more day. A few catfish are being caught tightlining in ten foot water on stink bait. Bluegill are spawning, fish waxworms for best results. Bream are in 6 -8 feet of water. Crappie fishing is slow. Try fishing deep structure with jigs and minnows. Camping is available for overnight stays. No reservations needed. Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

  4. Bass bite picked up over the weekend with several limits caught. Take a mess of bass home, they are perfect eating size. Top water plugs fished early in the day ...more work best. A few catfish are being caught. Bream spawn is approaching soon, fish worms in 6-8 feet for larger fish. There are some really large crappie to be caught if you can find them around deep structure.
    Camping is available for overnight stays. No reservations needed. Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

  5. Surface schooling bass are being caught. Rattletraps, rapala's or some type of shallow diving plug have caught many bass. Good size fish are being pulled from ...more these bass schools. The crappie are holding around deep structure. Fish early or on a cloudy day with silver shad colored jigs or minnows. Bluegill have been bedding, try fishing beds with crickets or worms. Big redear can be caught fishing worms in 8-10 foot water. Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

  6. Bass are the big news this week. They are hitting topwater lures early and late. During the day try plastic worms fished deep. Schooling bass were caught on rooster ...more tails. The crappie are holding around deep structure. Fish early or on a cloudy day with silver shad colored jigs. Camping is available for overnight stays. No reservations needed. Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

  7. Bass are scattered. A few were taken with plastic worms fished deep. Bream are biting live bait. Bluegill are 0.5 pounds and some redear are close to 1 pound. ...more Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

  8. Bass are biting on plastic grubs fished in the coves.

    Bream are hitting topwater lures like flies and popping bugs.

    Crappie are biting on jigs fished deep ...more over brush.

    Camping is available for overnight stays. No reservations needed. Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks.

  9. Bass are holding in 4-6 feet of water around structure.

    Catfish are biting at dusk on redworms around the fishing pier.

    Bluegill are hitting flys near their ...more bedding areas.

    Camping is available for overnight stays. No reservations needed. Report courtesy of Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

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