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Largemouth Bass Caught from Lee County Lake

Sport Fish Restoration

 

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 a lake record largemouth bass (10-pound minimum).
Largemouth bass over 8 pounds or 23 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
Largemouth bass over 10 pounds or 25 inches may qualify for a Trophy Angler Certificate.
We also have an angler recognition program for other sport fish.


 

 

Lee County Lake Lunkers
Some monster bass are caught from Lee County Lake.

Michael Looney with a 6 pound bass caught May 1, 2006.
Michael Looney with a 6+ largemouth bass caught with a Mann's 6-inch junebug-colored lizard from Lee County Lake on May 1, 2006.
Ryan Bennett with a 4 and half pound bass, caught on a black zoom baby brush hog
May 20, 2007, Ryan Bennett caught this 4 and half pound largemouth bass on a black Zoom baby brush hog.

Looks like these boys enjoyed a great day fishing at Lee County Lake near Auburn, Alabama.


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