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Anglers' Catches from the Cahaba River, Central Alabama

 

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Brian Wilkes with a September 25, 2013, Alabama Spotted Bass from the Cahaba River.
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Here we go again.  Yes different fish, same angler.
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Brian Wilkes with a September 25, 2013, Alabama Spotted Bass from the Cahaba River.
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Brian Wilkes with a September 25, 2013, Alabama Spotted Bass from the Cahaba River.
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Brian Wilkes with a September 25, 2013, Alabama Spotted Bass from the Cahaba River. 
Redeye Bass
Garrett Terwilleger caught this redeye bass from the Cahaba River during May of 2012.
Joe Farris caught this redeye bass from the Cahaba River on March 26, 2012.
Joe Farris caught this redeye bass from the Cahaba River on March 26, 2012.
Longear sunfish from the Cahaba River
Garrett Terwilleger caught this longear sunfish from the Cahaba River in May of 2012.


Caught December 16, 2011.

Alex Mamaev caught a bass from the Cahaba River.
Nice bass from the Cahaba River was caught by Chris Leverette with the picture by Alex Mamaev.


Large spotted bass can be caught from the rivers of Alabama as well as the lakes. This one was caught December 16, 2011.
 

Green sunfish from the Cahaba River
Green sunfish
are great about taking a live or an artificial bait, though they are known for stealing too.

Green Sunfish
Green sunfish
are colorful when they are breeding in the summer.
Bluegill from the Cahaba River
Great bluegill from the Cahaba River.
Bluegill may be the most common fish species in Alabama, but not all of them are this big. Good job Alex Mamaev.

Ashley Lovell fishes the Cahaba River to catch this spotted bass.
Ashley caught a nice spotted bass from Shades Creek, a tributary to the Cahaba River.


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