Fishing Is An Art Form
Whether you use a simple bait and line, prefer fly fishing, or go deep-sea fishing on a boat, Mississippi is a fisher’s haven. The fall is a popular time to fish in the Mississippi river since water levels are low.
Channel, flathead, and blue catfish are the most popular catch along the river, and they can reach massive sizes. Bass, Black Crappie, and Walleye are also common fish you can find in streams or Tunica Lake.
For saltwater fishing, the Gulf of Mexico is the ideal spot for catching about 200 different species of fish. You can also wade into the water or fish off the pier, but if you want to take a boat out into deeper waters, you can always use a charter boat if you don’t have your own.