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Freshwater Drum Caught by Alabama Anglers

freshwater drum
Johnny Masters caught this 12-pound, 6-ounce freshwater drum while fishing Lake Guntersville on  April 2, 2013.
Jim Richards
Jim Richards caught this 9-pound, 15-ounce freshwater drum in Lake Guntersville April 9, 2013 using a 3/4-ounce baby bream crankbait.
Dave Caskey
Dave Caskey caught this freshwater drum from Logan Martin. It seems that younger drum are often lighter in color.
Dave Caskey
Dave Caskey caught this freshwater drum from Logan Martin.  One drum was caught on a worm jig, and the other took a Cotton Cordell Super Spot.
Brandon Robertson caught this freshwater drum
This freshwater drum was caught from a private lake in January of 2013 by Brandon Robertson.

Freshwater Drum
Johnny Masters landed this 12-pound, 6-ounce freshwater drum on April 2, 2013 from Lake Guntersville.

Grant Wadsworth caught this freshwater drum
While using a spinner in 2009, Grant Wadsworth caught this drum from Cypress Creek with the help of his dog, Katrina.

 Hans Corser
Hans Corser

David Farrar caught and released this freshwater drum from the Coosa River, Talladega Creek in March 2012.
 Freshwater Drum
This big drum was taken at Pickwick on October 3, 2011. Notice the long soft dorsal fin.
Freshwater Drum
This 20-inches, 5-1/4 pound freshwater drum was caught from the Coosa River near Hokes Bluff by Matt Logan on a spinner bait, April 25, 2011.
Guntersville Drum
Jack caught this big drum in Lake Guntersville also.
Robert Allen caught this nice freshwater drum in Guntersville.
Robert Allen caught this thirteen-pound freshwater drum from Lake Guntersville in early November 2010.
 Walker with a freshwater drum
Mr. Walker shows a freshwater drum he caught in Mitchell Lake, 2010.
Drum from below Guntersville
John Corban Sivley took a nice drum from below Guntersville dam on May 20 of 2010.

The Tennessee River has a lot of drum, including this one from Lake Pickwick in 2010.
Mr. Browder caught this huge Pintlala Creek 15.2-pound freshwater drum on a 12' crappie pole.
Mr. Browder caught this 15.2-pound freshwater drum from Pintlala Creek using a 12' crappie pole. He plans to have it certified with the Freshwater Fishing National Hall of Fame as a record for rod with no reel!


Hiroshi Tachi caught this 24-inch freshwater drum from Ditto Landing, a marina in Huntsville for Wheeler Lake and the Tennessee River.


Joel Brown caught this 23 inch freshwater drum in Wheeler Lake on September 26, 2009.

 Freshwater drum caught by Ken Munechika from the Tennessee River.
This freshwater drum was caught by Ken Munechika from the Tennessee River on May 28, 2009.

Steve Darr with drum
If you are catching drum on the Tennessee River, you are fishing in the right spot for smallmouth bass. This big freshwater drum was taken in March of 2009 from Pickwick Lake.

Graves Lovell holds two nice freshwater drum from below Wheeler Dam.
Freshwater drum are often caught below dams, like these two taken below Wheeler Dam.

 
Troy Albert caught this freshwater drum on Hatchet Creek in April 2004.


Jim Curry caught this freshwater drum on Joe Wheeler Lake with a night crawler, summer 2008.

A drum caught in Lake Weiss
This freshwater drum was caught from Lake Weiss on September 2, 2007, by Kristin Shackleford of Carrollton, GA.

Jerrry Payton hold a nice freshwater drum from Lake Guntersville.
Josh Penton with a fine freshwater drum from Lake Guntersville 27.5-inches and 12-1/4-pounds.


Drum taken below Wheeler Dam in upper Wilson Lake

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