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Fishable Creeks and Rivers in East Central Alabama

The land on the bottom of a stream and land adjacent to the stream may be privately owned, and permission must be obtained from the landowner prior to crossing or wading these areas. Limited access can be obtained from county road bridge right-of-ways crossing the creek.

Your purchase of a fishing license financially supports the protection and enhancement of Alabma's aquatic resources.  Alabama state fishing license requirement applies for all these waters.

County Stream


Alabama River, Autauga Creek, Bridge Creek, Little Mulberry Creek, Mortar Creek, Mulberry Creek, Swift Creek


Buckhorn Creek, Bughall Creek, Conecuh River, Cubahatchee Creek, Line Creek, Middle Fork Cowikee Creek, Pea River, Town Creek


Chatahospee Creek, Chattahoochee River, Chikasanoxee Creek, Halawakee Creek, High Pine Creek, Osanippa Creek, Sandy Creek


Coosa River, Hatchet Creek, Little Hillabee Creek, Paint Creek, Socapatoy Creek, Swamp Creek, Weogufka Creek, Weoka Creek


Alabama River, Channahatchee Creek, Chubbehatchee Creek, Coosa River, Mortar Creek, Tallapoosa River, Weoka Creek


Chattahoochee River, Chewacla Creek, Halawakee Creek, Little Uchee Creek, Opintlocco Creek, Sougahatchee Creek, Uchee Creek, Wacoochee Creek


Alabama River, Big Swamp Creek, Cedar Creek, Dry Cedar Creek, Mush Creek, Panther Creek, Pintlala Creek


Bughall Creek, Calebee Creek, Chewacla Creek, Cubahatchee Creek, Old Town Creek, Opintlocco Creek, Tallapoosa River, Uphapee Creek


Alabama River, Catoma Creek, Line Creek, Little Catoma Creek, Patsaliga Creek, Pintlala Creek, Ramer Creek, Tallapoosa River, Town Creek


Chattahoochee River, Hatchechubbee Creek, Ihagee Creek, Little Uchee Creek, North Fork Cowikee Creek, Opintlocco Creek, Uchee Creek


Elkahatchee Creek, Emuckfaw Creek, Enitachopco Creek, Hillabee Creek, Sandy Creek, Sougahatchee Creek, Tallapoosa River, Wind Creek

Ron Jolly successfully fishes Sougahatchee Creek.
Ron Jolly successfully bass fishes a shoal in Sougahatchee Creek.

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