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Locust Fork

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Fishing the Locust Fork of the Warrior River

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Bank fishing on the Locust Fork
Bank fishing along the Locust Fork is difficult to find.
canoeing the Locust Fork
canoeing the Locust Fork The Locust Fork is at the upper eastern end of the Warrior Basin.  Its steep valleys and rocky bed are popular with kayakers and whitewater canoeists during higher spring flows. The Locust Fork is popular for bream fishing and spotted bass.  Access is relatively limited.  When the Locust Fork meets the Mulberry Fork, the Warrior River is formed.

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Fishing license information may be found at: Licenses. Instant licensing is available via Internet or telephone. Youth age 15 and younger fish for free. Alabama residents age 65 or older are not required to purchase a fishing license.
Possession and creel limits for Alabama public waters are listed at: Creel Limits

US Geological Survey gives water discharge estimates and gage heights at Cleveland, Alabama.

The Alabama Water Watch has published a report on this water.

For more information on the Locust Fork in Blount County, contact Keith Floyd of District 1 at 1-256-353-2634.  For more information on the Locust Fork in Jefferson County, contact Jay Haffner of the District  3 Fisheries Office at 1-205-339-5716.

"It shall be unlawful to intentionally stock or release any fish, mussel, snail, crayfish or their embryos including bait fish into the public waters of Alabama under the jurisdiction of the Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries as provided in Rule 220-2-.42 except those waters from which it came without the written permission of a designated employee of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources authorized by the Director of the Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries to issue such permit. The provisions of this rule shall not apply to the incidental release of bait into the water during the normal process of fishing."

February 2011 Picture of the Locust Fork by Glynn Wilson
Locust Fork February 2011, picture by Glynn Wilson, The Locust Fork News-Journal http://blog.locustfork.net/ and www.locustfork.net


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