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Terry Stewart


Hello Crappie Fishing Friends,
I'm Terry Stewart, I fish all the Big Four (Arkabutla, Sardis, Enid, & Grenada) as well as lakes in Central MS. I've been running a Crappie Guide Service for several years.
I fish out of a 22' Ranger 522 with all the latest in electronics. I specialize in Slow-Trolling and Spider-Rigging Fishing. My favorite lake to fish is Grenada by far. I own a house in Grenada near the lake. Clinton, MS is my hometown and I do lots of fishing at Barnett, Eagle Lake, and Chotard.
If you like catching limits of fish, don't hesitate to contact me. My rates are reasonable and I can fish up to 4 people per trip. I provide everything except license, snacks, and drinks.


Years of Experience: 
15+ Years of Crappie Fishing and Guiding Experience

Fishing Styles: 
Pulling Crankbaits
Slow Trolling
Spider Rigging
Vertical Jigging
Lakes Serviced: 
Albermarle (MS)
Arkabutla (MS)
Chotard (MS)
Eagle (MS)
Enid (MS)
Grenada (MS)
Ross Barnett (MS)
Sardis (MS)
Washington (MS)
Wolf (MS)

Rate Information

Please call for current prices. A deposit is required to book each trip.

Contact Information


Phone: 
(601) 502-5699

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