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Photographs of Anglers with Alabama Smallmouth Bass

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Smallmouth Bass over 5 pounds or 20 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
Smallmouth Bass over 7 pounds or 22 inches may qualify for a Trophy Angler Certificate.

Phil Ekema caught this 2.5 lb Smallmouth Bass on October 29, 2010 from Wilson Reservoir.

Steve Darr catches a nice Pickwick Lake Smallmouth Bass on November 22, 2010.
Wheeler tailwater smallmouth bass, October 2010.
Wheeler tailwater
produced some fine smallmouth bass drifting bait when the turbines are running in late October of 2010.

Jimmy Harris with smallmouth bass
Jimmy Harris 4/27/12


Gene Pendley with some fine smallmouth bass.
Gene Pendley shows some fine smallmouth bass from Pickwick Lake, March 15, 2010.

April 2010 smallmouth bass
For Pickwick Lake, this is a little smallmouth bass. Smallmouth bass shorter than 14" must be returned to Pickwick Lake unharmed. (15" beginning 9/25/2012.)

Smallies from Pickwick Lake

Brandon Price with some Guntersville smallmouth bass.
Smallmouth bass are in upper Guntersville also, as these fine smallies caught by Brandon Price in 2009 from near Bridgeport attest.

Pickwick Smallies
December smallmouth bass at Pickwick with guide Steve Hacker

These smallmouth bass were caught by Hank and Caleb Chitwood in Pickwick during early November 2009, while fishing with Steve Hacker.

Shane and Doug catch these smallmouth bass from Pickwick on March 5, 2009.

Matthew Lofton Releases a North Alabama Stream Smallmouth Bass
Big Alabama smallmouth bass are not just found in the big lakes. This 2-pound, 7-ounce smallie was caught an released in a north Alabama stream by Matthew Lofton.

Scott, Jeff and Matt caught some big Pickwick smallmouth bass in late April of 2009.

 Inmans with smallmouth bass
April 28, 2009, was good to the Inmans when they fished Pickwick Lake.

Don and Randy caught some fine smallmouth bass during late April of 2009 fishing with Steve Hacker on Pickwick.

 Seven pound, six ounce smallmouth bass from Pickwick
Mike Brill landed this seven-pound, six-ounce smallmouth bass on March 31, 2009.  It was 23-inches long and 17-inches in girth.  He was fishing with guide Steve Hacker on Pickwick Lake.

This Auburn student caught a nice smallmouth bass with guide Steve Hacker on Pickwick Lake, March 17, 2009.

 Randy with a pair of fine smallies.
March 24, 2009 was a great day on Pickwick Lake with guide Steve Hacker.

A pair of bronzebacks was taken by this St. Louis angler on March 17, 2009, while fishing with Steve Hacker on Pickwick Lake.

Guide Steve Hacker
Guide Steve Hacker shows two excellent smallmouth bass from Pickwick Lake during March of 2009.

Matt and Sherri with some fine Pickwick Lake smallies.
Pickwick Lake produces some fine smallies in December too with the help of Steve Hacker.

Jim Bruce catches some smallies on topwater with the help of fishing guide Steve Hacker, October 2008
Jim Bruce catches some smallies on topwater with the help of fishing guide Steve Hacker, October 2008.

Smallmouth Bass Anglers 2008
March 25, 2008

2006-2007 and 2005 and earlier smallmouth bass from Alabama.

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