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Reservoirs

Fishing and Boating in Lakes and Reservoirs of Northwest Alabama

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

Big Bear, Cedar Creek, Little Bear and Upper Bear Creek Reservoirs in the Bear Creek Watershed, a tributary of the Tennessee River

Pickwick Lake on the Tennessee River

Smith Lake on the Sipsey Fork of the Warrior River

Wheeler Lake on the Tennessee River

Wilson Lake on the Tennessee River

smallmouth bass from Pickwick Lake
Chris Armstrong's 7-pound, 8-ounce smallmouth bass was caught within sight of the Florence Bridge in October, 2004.

Your purchase of a fishing license financially supports the protection and enhancement of Alabma's aquatic resources.  Bank fishing is allowed at Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division Boating Access Areas when fishing activity does not interfere with boating access. For more information about fishing reservoirs in northwest and north central Alabama, contact the District I Fisheries Supervisor, Keith Floyd.


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