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Fishing

Freshwater fishing at its best. The best crappie fishing in the world is in here in the Delta. Bass is one of the most sought after of all the game fish, mostly because it is one of the most aggressive, jumpy, and striking fish. Whether large or small, it appeals to various ages, genders or cultures from around the world.

LAKES:

Lake Ferguson & Greenville’s Waterfront


Greenville, NW Washington County • 662-563-6330

Size: Ten miles in length
Depth: Varies with the Mississippi River
Aquatic Vegetation: None
Major Sportfish: Largemouth bass, white bass, striped bass, crappie, bream (bluegill), catfish, channel catfish
Other Fish: Bowfin, buffalo, common carp, drum, flathead catfish, green sunfish, gar, yellow bass
Fish Forage: Shad, silversides, minnows, small sunfish
Visible Cover: Willow trees, barges, sunken barges, floating docks, rip-rap
Bottom Features: Man-made fish structures, sunken barges, rockpiles, sandbars

Ferguson is a fisherman’s paradise, hosting numerous regional and national tournaments. This ten-mile oxbow lake is formerly part of the Mississippi River and is a prime fishing location for a wide variety of species including bream, crappie, bass, and catfish.The lake’s topography varies from sandbars at the south end, to deep rocky structures and mud flats.Yet the waters of Lake Ferguson stay clear year round. Lake Ferguson can also be accessed at Warfield Point Park and the Greenville Waterfront for seasonal duck hunting.

For fishing license call 1-800-askfish or guide service 1-800-270-delta.

Lake Lee


Seven miles south of Greenville • 662-563-6330

Size: Ten miles in length
Depth: Varies with the Mississippi River
Aquatic Vegetation: None
Major Sportfish: Largemouth bass, white bass, striped bass, crappie, bream (bluegill), channel catfish
Other Fish: Paddlefish, bowfin, buffalo, common carp, drum, flathead catfish, green sunfish, gar, yellow bass
Fish Forage: Shad, silversides, minnows, small sunfish
Visible Cover: Willow trees, barges, sunken barges, floating docks, rip-rap
Bottom Features: Man-made fish structures, drop-offs along the eastern shore

This lake has a greater fish population than any other Delta lake including largemouth bass, white bass, striped bass, and crappie. Lake Lee is approximately 1110 acres with a depth that varies with the Mississippi River. Access the lake at Deerfield Park on Hwy 454 to Deerfield Road. Lake Lee is a former oxbow of the Mississippi River.

For fishing license call 1-800-askfish or guide service 1-800-270-delta.

Lake Washington


Highway 1, 25 miles south of Greenville • 662-563-6330

Size: 5,000 acres
Depth: Varies from 6 to 22 feet
Aquatic Vegetation: Duckweed
Major Sportfish: Largemouth bass, crappie, bream (bluegill), channel catfish
Other Fish: Bowfin, buffalo, common carp, drum, flathead catfish, green sunfish, gar, hybrid white bass, bullheads, yellow bass
Fish Forage: Shad, silversides, minnows
Visible Cover: Cypress trees, piers, rip-rap, boat ramps
Bottom Features: Man-made fish structures, drop-offs, channels

Lake Washington is one of the largest natural lakes in Mississippi. At approximately 700 years old, it may also be one of the country’s oldest lakes. It’s well known for excellent crappie, catfish, and bluegill fishing as well as seasonal duck hunting. Boat ramps are located at Okey’s and Cypress Gardens on the south side of the lake. Also accessible from Roy’s Store and Southern Star RV Park.

For fishing license call 1-800-askfish or guide service 1-800-270-delta.

BOAT RAMP ACCESS

Avon Ramp (Lake Lee)

Located on Riverside Road from Highway 1 in Avon Community

Deerfield Landing (Lake Lee)

Located west on Highway 454 from Highway 1; left onto Deerfield Road; up and over levee to landing

Greenville Ramp

Located 2.1 miles west along Highway 82 from Highway 1; right onto Broadway; left onto Central; go up and over levee

Lake Ferguson Ramp

Located west on Highway 82 from Highway 1; right onto Main Street; right onto Poplar Street; left onto Bellair Street; continue to south side of gravel company to levee; head north

Warfield Point Park

Located 5.1 miles west on Highway 82 from Highway 1; right onto Mississippi Power & Light Road to levee; south on Warfield Point Road; follow signs

Wayside Ramp (Lake Lee)

Located west on Thaggard Road from Highway at Wayside Community; go up and over levee to ramp

Lake Ferguson & Greenville’s Waterfront

Greenville, NW Washington County • 662-563-6330

Size: Ten miles in length
Depth: Varies with the Mississippi River
Aquatic Vegetation: None
Major Sportfish: Largemouth bass, white bass, striped bass, crappie, bream (bluegill), catfish, channel catfish
Other Fish: Bowfin, buffalo, common carp, drum, flathead catfish, green sunfish, gar, yellow bass
Fish Forage: Shad, silversides, minnows, small sunfish
Visible Cover: Willow trees, barges, sunken barges, floating docks, rip-rap
Bottom Features: Man-made fish structures, sunken barges, rockpiles, sandbars

Ferguson is a fisherman’s paradise, hosting numerous regional and national tournaments. This ten-mile oxbow lake is formerly part of the Mississippi River and is a prime fishing location for a wide variety of species including bream, crappie, bass, and catfish.The lake’s topography varies from sandbars at the south end, to deep rocky structures and mud flats.Yet the waters of Lake Ferguson stay clear year round. Lake Ferguson can also be accessed at Warfield Point Park and the Greenville Waterfront for seasonal duck hunting.For fishing license call 1-800-askfish or guide service 1-800-270-delta.