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Small Lakes

Fishing Opportunities in Small Lakes of Southeast Alabama

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County Small Lake

Barbour

Barbour County Public Fishing Lake (fee), boat rental available

  Blue Springs State Park Lake (fee)
Bullock Wehle Nature Center Ponds (press release)

Coffee

Coffee County Public Fishing Lake (fee) boat rental available

  Enterprise City Lake - only for seniors on the third Friday of each month

Covington

Armstrong Lake

  Blue Lake in Conecuh National Forest
  Buck Pond in Conecuh National Forest
  Ditch Pond in Conecuh National Forest
  Lake Frank Jackson (1,100 acres) and Frank Jackson State Park near Opp (fee)
  Lake Jackson (500-acres) at Florala State Park in Florala
  Open Pond in Conecuh National Forest

Crenshaw

Crenshaw County Public Fishing Lake (fee), boat rental available

Dale

Fishing on Fort Rucker (fee): Beaver Lake, Beaver Pond, Buckhorn Lake, Ech Lake, and Lake Tholocco

  Dale County Public Fishing Lake (fee), boat rental available

Geneva

Geneva County Public Fishing Lakes (fee), boat rental available

  Geneva State Forest Lake (fee), boat rental available
Houston Chattahoochee Park Lake at Chattahoochee Park (fee)
  Eastgate Park Lake in the City of Dothan
  Omussee Park Lake at Omussee Park
Lee Lee County Public Fishing Lake (fee), boat rental available
 

Chewacla State Park near Auburn

  Opelika City Lake (Saugahatchee Lake) -- This 600-acre lake owned by the City of Opelika. Fishing and boat permits are required and may be obtained at Opelika City Hall. Hours are Tuesday to Sunday from sunrise to sunset. For more information, call 334-705-5500.)
Macon Okhussee Chutkee (small pond) and Okhussee Thloko (big pond) located along Macon County Road 54 (Vaughn Mill Road) in Tuskegee National Forest
  Notasulga City Lake
  Tuskegee City Lake
Montgomery Lagoon Park (lower lake) in the City of Montgomery

Pike

Pike County Public Fishing Lake

Russell Austin Sumbry Park, Lakewood Park and Moon Lake (not currently open so grass carp may eat the weeds) in Phenix City 334-291-4719 x5

For more information about small lakes in southeast Alabama, contact the District IV Fisheries Supervisor, Ken Weathers.  If we need to correct this information, please let us know.

Florala State Park and Lake Jackson
Lake Jackson at Florala State Park on the Florida-Alabama state line.


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