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Trophy Angler Pictures

Trophy Angler Catches

Also see lake record catches, as they would qualify for Master or Trophy Angler Certificates.

Black Crappie Trophy Angler Pictures

Blue Catfish Trophy Angler Pictures

Bluegill Trophy Angler Pictures

Channel Catfish Trophy Angler Pictures

Flathead Catfish Trophy Angler Pictures

Hybrid Striped Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

Largemouth Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

Redear Sunfish Trophy Angler Pictures

Redeye Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

Sauger Trophy Angler Pictures

Smallmouth Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

Spotted Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

Striped Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

Walleye Trophy Angler Pictures

White Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

White Bass Trophy Angler Pictures

 
Michael Weatherspoon caught this 17.38-in long black crappie from Lake Neely Henry on October 24, 2009, which earned him a Trophy Angler Certificate.

Regina Rhodes caught this 22-inch smallmouth bass at Wilson Lake on September 22, 2010. This catch earned her the Trophy Angler Certificate.


4.09 pound black crappie was caught at Sinking Creek Reservoir in Lawrence Co. The lake is a water supply reservoir for the City of Moulton and is located on the west side of Hwy 33, just a few miles north of the Hwy 57 and Hwy 33 intersection near Moulton. It is open to the public with trolling motor only, no gas powered motors allowed..

 

Gary Waters caught this bluegill on May 24, 2008 at Escambia County Lake
Gary Waters earned the Trophy Angler Certificate by catching this bluegill from the Escambia County lake on May 24, 2008.

Danny Joe Betterton caught this six-pound, three-ounce spotted bass in Wheeler Lake on February 22, 2008.
Danny Joe Betterton of Hartselle caught this six-pound, three-ounce spotted bass in Wheeler Lake on February 22, 2008. This big spotted bass is the Wheeler Lake record.

 Mrs. Jeanette McKelvey of Moulton caught this 7-pound, 14-ounce smallmouth bass using a fly rod.
Mrs. Jeanette McKelvey of Moulton caught this 7-pound, 14-ounce Wheeler Lake smallmouth bass using a fly rod on August 2, 2007.

 
Matthew Applebaum earned the Trophy Angler Certificate with this one pound eight ounce redeye bass, which he caught in Chocolocco Creek on July 9, 2008.

A picture of Shelley Meadows holding her Alabama record black crappie.


Shelley Meadows caught an eighteen-inch black crappie on March 27, 2007, that tied the record for Alabama, 4-pounds, 5-ounces.

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