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25-mile mountain biking trail through beautiful expansive national forest with varied terrain and topography.
Provides rods, reels, tackle, bait, and ice and permits. Fish for bonita, shark, jack cravelle, spanish & king mackeral and red drum. No food or drinks furnished. Cleaning and bagging by deckhand.
3/4-mile interpretive nature trail and picnic area
Big Black is an unaltered stream flowing through Central Mississippi through a bottomland hardwood setting. This river glides past numerous prehistoric occupation sites, including the Floyd Mound conical burial ground. These lands are teeming with wildlife and a heron rookery can be found along this river. Canoe the river at nine access points; access at Highway 51 at Pickens and take out at Highway 61 near Grand Gulf. Outfitter not available, contact Mississippi Outdoor Club, www.msoutdoorclub.org
One of the best entrances to Black Creek hiking trail.
Sites: Un-numbered tent sites; pet restrictions; NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ALLOWED
Recreation: 21 miles of trail on Black Creek National Scenic River; Ashe Lake (day use only; 100% handicap accessible); swimming, fishing, and boating
200-acre lake with fully developed camping spurs, offering beautiful countryside, abundant fishing waters, picnic tables, grills, unique beach area for swimming, tournament quality archery range for the avid archer. Aluminum boat rental is available year-round.
Hunting elk, red deer, white-tailed deer, 7000 sq. ft. lodge.
Weddings, meetings and dinner parties.
Big Fish Charters is a 24' open fisherman for the serious fisherman with plenty of hands on light tackle action. The Big Fish is more mobile than conventional charters allowing for smaller trips to oilrigs, barrier islands, and buoys allowing for a wider selection of fishing.
Operated by the United States Forest Service, Big Foot Horse Trail features 23 miles of trail, which is excellent for the beginner as well as experienced horseback rider or hiker. The trail offers four loops ranging in length from five to eleven miles. Note: This is a totally primitive campground; bring water. All National Forest Campgrounds do not allow alcohol.
Directions: Take Highway 49 to Saucier; turn east on Bethel Road; follow Bethel to four-way stop; go left (north) approximately three miles on Airey Tower Road; turn east on FS Road 440; go one mile to entrance.
With the mighty Mississippi River running through the heart of the Delta, fishing opportunities are unlimited. Light tackle for bass, bream and crappie. Boat, gas, oil, ice, life jackets, lures, rod & reel, & a guide w/ 20 years experience are furnished. Lunch is furnished w/ a full day trip.
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