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Catfish before 2013

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Catfish Caught at Lee County Lake before 2012 Restocking

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Channel catfish over 15 pounds or 32 inches may qualify for a Master Angler Certificate.
Channel catfish over 25 pounds or 37 inches may qualify for a Trophy Angler Certificate.

 big catfish
Lee County Catfish are worth calling home.
 
Big channel catfish can be caught at Lee County Lake during cold as well as warm weather.

Catfish for dinner would make me smile too.

That's about all the catfish one are will hold.


A six catfish limit is a real mess at Lee County Lake.

stringer of catfish
That's how you make two young men smile: catfish, catfish and more catfish.

 
These ladies know how to fool some catfish.


Here is one big Lee County Lake catfish.
 
Cool weather can bring out some big catfish at Lee County Lake.

Good catfish.

 
That is what I call, "dinner."


That's a fine catfish. They are both smiling so big, it is difficult to tell who caught it.
 
Eddie Firth with a large channel catfish.
Eddie Firth lands a 10.8 pound channel catfish to win a rod and reel at Lee County Lake.

Thanks for the great fun!
Mr. Doug Darr
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
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