Even in a state as rich in crappie venues as Mississippi, small state lakes play an important role in providing quality fishing for residents who may not be able to regularly visit the big impoundments, or who feel more comfortable fishing smaller waters. The MDWFP operates 21 prime fishing lakes throughout the state that offer outstanding fishing on 4,643 acres of picturesque waters.
I have never met anyone who loves to hunt more than Dr. Eddie Lipscomb of Port Gibson. Doc, as he is known by his friends, hunts just about everything deer, squirrels, rabbits, raccoons, ducks, geese, crows, quail and pheasant.
Bass anglers have long known that they could catch fish behind other anglers if they put their baits where those other anglers could not or would not. Pitching and flipping came about as ways to accomplish this goal.
Unusual techniques are delivering crazy amounts of crappie for Magnolia State anglers right now.