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March 2007

Pictures from March 2007 of Angler's Fish from Pickwick Lake and the Tailwaters of Wilson Lake (Sent in by Steve Hacker)

Tom Stemberger with some big October Pickwick smallmouth.
October is a great time to fish Pickwick Lake for smallmouth bass.

Lake Pickwick smallmouth bass from March 2007
Dave Mansell and Randy Wiek caught a load of bass at Pickwick Lake on March 20, 2007.

Randy Wiek with a six pound smallmouth bass from Pickwick Lake
Randy Wiek with a six pound smallmouth bass from Pickwick Lake while fishing with Steve Hacker in March.

Dave Mansell with a 23 pound striped bass on a Swim Shad.
A Swim Shad fooled a 23-pound striper for Dave Mansell early on March 21, 2007.

smallmouth bass from Pickwick Lake
Tom Fouts and Jim Bruce from Cornelia, GA, fished Pickwick Lake on March 12, 2007.

 

 

Carbon Hill receives some smallmouth bass for brood stock.
After fishing with Steve Hacker, Dave Mansell gives some smallmouth bass for broodstock to John Davis with the State of Alabama's hatchery system. The smallmouth bass were caught in March of 2007. The result was 5,500 fingerlings to Big Nance Creek, 2,000 to Scarham Creek, 6,000 to Town Creek, Guntersville, and 5,000 at McFarland Park.

Dave Mansell with some decent smallmouth bass
Dave Mansell lands several Pickwick Lake smallmouth bass that he shared with the Alabama Carbon Hill Fish Hatchery as broodstock.

Charles with a  Pickwick Lake Striped Bass
Charles holds up a good striped bass from Pickwick Lake after fishing with Steve Hacker during March of 2007.

striped bass from Pickwick Lake
Brandon poses for a picture of his big striped bass caught on a Storm Swim Shad while TVA ran water through Pickwick Lake during March of 2007.

Six pound six ounce smallmouth bass
Don Rego shows a six pound, six ounce smallmouth bass caught in March 2007 while fishing with Steve Hacker on Pickwick Lake.

smallmouth bass and largemouth bass from Pickwick Lake
Happy anglers struggle to hold a mixed bag of smallmouth and largemouth bass from Pickwick Lake in March 2007 after fishing with Steve Hacker.


Mr. Jim Bruce holds a 27 pound, 10 ounce channel catfish from Pickwick Lake he caught while fishing with Steve Hacker on March 12, 2007.

Two huge smallmouth bass
Tom Fouts with his big catches of March 12, 2007.

Striped Bass from Pickwick Lake
Jay Bradley with a 27.1 pound striped bass caught from Pickwick Lake on March 5, 2007 with Steve Hacker.

Possible spotted bass and smallmouth bass hybrid
This March 2007 big fish looked more like a spotted bass when first caught.
Is it a spotted bass/smallmouth bass hybrid?


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