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

Fish Species Found in Pontotoc County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Bream/Bluegill,  Catfish,  Crappie,  Redear Sunfish,  Smallmouth Bass,  Perch,  

Bodies of Water in Pontotoc County Area

73 Rivers and Streams

13 Reservoirs

25 other

Pontotoc County (MS) Fishing Spots

Allen Branch 7.2 miles
Brush Creek 9 miles
Byrds Creek 8.8 miles
Caldwell Creek 11.5 miles
Cherry Creek 7 miles
Clark Lake Dam 7.7 miles
Corper Lake Dam 10.3 miles
Donaldson Creek 5.1 miles
Duncans Creek 9.8 miles
Eads Creek 11.4 miles
Estate Lake Dam 10.7 miles
Funny Creek 7.1 miles
Garrett Creek 5.1 miles
Gentry Lake Dam 5.7 miles
Guinn Creek 10.8 miles
Guinn Lake 9.2 miles
Hall Branch 6.4 miles
Jesse Branch 10.8 miles
Johns Creek 7.3 miles
League Creek 8.4 miles
Lilly Creek 11.2 miles
Little Creek 11.5 miles
Long Branch 8.7 miles
Lyon Creek 4.6 miles
Mile Branch 1.7 miles
Miller Creek 8.5 miles
Mubby Creek 10.4 miles
Naugher Creek 5.3 miles
Pontotoc Lake 0.5 miles
Sand Branch 8.2 miles
Sand Creek 10.4 miles
Scott Lake Dam 6.8 miles
Walls Lake Dam 6.8 miles
Webster Creek 3.9 miles
Yocona Lake 8.7 miles
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About Pontotoc County (MS) Fishing

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