Those looking for trophy-sized crappie should take a trip over to Grenada Lake. This 35,820-acre lake boasts outstanding crappie fishing, as well as the chance to catch white bass, largemouth bass, and catfish. The crappie here are generally around three pounds, but if you’re patient, you may be able to find a four-pounder. In spring, once the warm weather arrives, you’ll find pre-spawn crappie congregating near the main river channels. For the best chances of catching something good, head out on a warm sunny day – cool, cloudy days don’t prove as fruitful. The best fishing is in the shallower spots. Try using brightly colored or noisy lures and jigs to get the fish to take notice. Another trick is to soak your baits and jigs in a scent a few hours before you head out.
Grenada Lake Fish:
Grenada Lake boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Grenada Lake.