Saturday, April 1, 2017 at Wilkinson County Park--Hwy 61 (1 mile north of Woodville)
Registration at 8:30 for youth ages 15 years and younger or click here to register now
Bring your catfish bait, tackle and stringers
Call Scenic Rivers office at 601-684-7661
It’s no accident the hunting and fishing in Scenic Rivers are so bountiful—this is a region richly blessed in natural assets, carefully and strategically preserved, in areas like the Homochitto National Forest, the Bogue Chitto River and Water Park, Clark Creek Natural Area, Ethel Stratton Vance Natural Area, Wilkinson County State Park and Percy Quin State Park.
As a result, our spectacular surroundings not only nurture a strong stock of fish and game, but also provide an endless parade of recreational fun: canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, horseback riding, golfing and plenty of places to camp under the stars, from roughing it at a primitive site to easing through the evening in the comfort of a cabin or RV.
Scenic Rivers offers more than an inviting landscape; it’s also a naturally engaging lifestyle.
The PRBDD is an independent state agency serving 10 member counties and their municipalities and communities. Member counties are located along the Pearl River and its tributaries. Counties that form the PRBDD include: Neshoba, Leake, Scott, Simpson, Lincoln, Pike, Walthall, Marion, Pearl River and Hancock.
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