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PICTURES OF ESCAMBIA COUNTY
STATE PUBLIC FISHING LAKE,
a.k.a. Leon Brook Hines Lake

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Email your pictures to Doug Darr. Let me know the date caught and the bait used. Send me the name if the angler, if you want the name posted.
We are still looking to certify lake record largemouth bass (10-pound minimum). We also have an angler recognition program for other sport fish either by length or weight.

Bill Wilmoth caught this 10-inch bluegill from Escambia County Lake.
Bill Wilmoth caught this 10-inch bluegill from Escambia County Lake on May 21, 2007, which earned him a earned a Master Angler Certificate.

Walter Smith on Leon Brook Hines
On February 4, 2006 at 9:30 AM, Walter Smith of Mobile, Alabama, caught an 11-pound, 15 ounce largemouth bass. Photo taken by Clyde Chandler.

Bill Wilmoth caught this 1.9 pound bluegill from Escambia County Lake.
Bill Wilmoth earned a Master Angler Certificate for this 1.84 pound bluegill from Escambia County Lake on May 4, 2007.

 

Record bluegill for Escambia County Lake, two pound, four ounces
This Escambia County Lake bluegill was caught on May 23, 2007, two-pounds, four-ounces.


Karl caught this 12.6-pound largemouth bass at Leon Brooks Hines Lake on February 27, 2007.


Don caught this 10.8-pound bass on March 4, 2007.


Karl caught this ten-pound plus bass on March 24, 2007.


Karl caught this twelve and a half pound trophy bass on March 28, 2007.


This young lady caught this 10-pound 10-ounce bass at Escambia County Lake in April of 2005 (released after photograph).

Escambia County Lake record bluegill
This Escambia County Lake bluegill was caught June 17, 2006, and weighed 2.3 pounds.

Sara lands a huge bass.
You can be young and skilled and catch bass like this at Escambia County Lake, Alabama.  This nine and a half pound largemouth bass caught on a 6-inch junebug lizard and released back to Escambia County Lake during 2005.


Karl Williamson with a 12 pound 3 ounce largemouth bass from Leon Brooks Hines Lake caught on February 20, 2005.


First opening of Escambia County Lake.

More Big Bass Pictures.
Send pictures of your Escambia County Lake fishing trip to Doug Darr


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