Jefferson County (MS) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Jefferson County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Bream/Bluegill,  Smallmouth Bass,  Rainbow Trout,  Catfish,  Crappie,  Perch,  Walleye,  Carp,   and 21 more

Bodies of Water in Jefferson County Area

341 Lakes

1,735 Rivers and Streams

425 Reservoirs

664 other

Jefferson County (MS) Fishing Spots

Beaver Branch 2.7 miles
Bolls Creek 3.8 miles
Brady Creek 7.7 miles
Crow Creek 9.3 miles
Doyles Branch 3.1 miles
Frog Branch 1.9 miles
Gibson Bayou 8.7 miles
Gilchrist Creek 6.7 miles
Gin Branch 5.5 miles
Gupton Branch 7.5 miles
Hagen Branch 9 miles
Hickman Creek 9.4 miles
Hughes Creek 7 miles
Johnson Creek 9.5 miles
Krauss Lake 5.1 miles
Krauss Lake Dam 5.1 miles
Krauss Lake Dam 5.1 miles
Krauss Lake Dam 4.9 miles
Little Creek 7.1 miles
McDonald Branch 0.9 miles
McKay Branch 7.8 miles
Mill Creek 5.9 miles
Mossy Lake 6.6 miles
Neigh Branch 0.6 miles
Pretty Creek 7.6 miles
Puffer Branch 0.9 miles
Ross Branch 3.2 miles
Shelton Branch 7.5 miles
Spring Branch 7.9 miles
Tanyard Branch 1.9 miles
Terry Creek 1.4 miles
Zion Creek 8.2 miles
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About Jefferson County (MS) Fishing

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