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Lake Records

Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division


ALABAMA'S LAKE RECORD FISH CERTIFICATION

The Alabama Lake Record Certification will honor those individuals who catch the largest species of black bass (largemouth bass, spotted bass, smallmouth bass, or redeye bass) from each reservoir or lake, and will provide the Fisheries Section with useful statistics on the number of large fish caught from Alabama reservoirs.  A detailed description of the rules and requirements can be found on the Lake Record Application.  To be considered for a Lake Record, fish must meet the minimum weight requirements listed in the table, have two witnesses of the weighing on certified scales; species identification by a State fisheries biologist or certified fisheries biologist; a side-view photograph; a photograph with the angler holding the fish, and the application must be completed and returned within three months of the catch. 

Qualified anglers will receive a certificate commemorating their catch, will have their picture posted on www.OutdoorAlabama.com identified by the reservoir from which the fish was caught, and will be recognized in the B.A.I.T. Report of the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division. 

Alabama's Lake Record Black Bass
To be considered for a lake record, fish must exceed the minimum Master (M) or Trophy (T) weights referenced below. 
A "-" indicates this species is not native to that water and will not be considered.


RESERVOIR

 

Largemouth
Bass

Smallmouth
Bass

Spotted
Bass

Redeye
Bass

Master (M)

 

8

5

4

3/4

Trophy (T)

 

10

7

6

1

Aliceville

 

T

-

M

-

Bankhead

 

M

-

T

-

Barbour Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Bibb Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Big Bear

 

T

M

M

-

Big Creek

 

M

-

M

-

Cedar Creek

 

T

M

M

-

Chambers Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Claiborne

 

M

-

M

-

Clay Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Coffee Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Coffeeville

 

M

-

M

-

Columbia

 

T

-

M

-

Crenshaw Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Dale Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Dallas Co.

 

T

-

-

-

DeKalb Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Demopolis

 

M

-

M

-

Escambia Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Eufaula

 

T

-

M

 

Fayette Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Gainesville

 

T

-

M

-

Gantt

 

M

-

M

-

Geneva Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Goat Rock

 

M

-

M

-

Guntersville

 

14-08

M

4-11

-

Harding

 

M

-

M

-

Harris

 

M

-

M

2-06

Holt

 

M

-

M

-

Inland

 

M

-

M

-

Jones Bluff

 

M

-

T

-

Jordan

 

M

-

T

M

Lamar Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Lay

 

11-07

-

M

-

Lee Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Little Bear

 

T

M

M

-

Logan Martin

 

14-11

-

M

3-02

Madison Co.

 

T

-

-

 

Marion Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Martin

 

M

-

M

2-11

Miller's Ferry

 

M

-

T

-

Mitchell

 

M

-

T

-

Mobile Delta

 

M

-

M

-

Monroe Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Neely Henry 

 

M

-

M

M

Oliver-Chat.

 

M

-

M

-

Oliver-Tusc.

 

11-10

-

M

-

Pickwick

 

M

T

M

-

Pike Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Point A

 

M

-

M

-

Private Ponds

 

16-8

-

M

-

Purdy

 

M

-

4-14

-

Smith

 

11-0

M

8-15

-

Thurlow

 

M

M

M

M

Tuscaloosa

 

M

-

M

-

Upper Bear

 

T

M

M

-

Walker Co.

 

T

-

-

-

Warrior

 

M

-

M

-

Washington Co.

 

14-8

-

-

 -

Weiss

 

M

-

M

M

West Point

 

M

-

M

-

Wheeler

 

M

M

6-3

-

Wilson

 

11-2

10-8

M

-

Yates

 

M

M

M

M

 Updated 9/19/2012

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