Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted, Shoay & Redeye Bass
Fishing in Alabama.
The largemouth bass is the official Alabama state fish. And they
grow big in Alabama due to the moderate temperatures in the south.
Bass Lakes In Alabama
You can find bass in most every lake in Alabama including Dannelly
Reservoir, Lake Eufaula, Guntersville Lake, Lake Harding, Lake
Jordan, Lay Lake, Logan Martin Lake, Lake Martin, Lake Mitchell,
Lake Neely Henry, Pickwick Lake, Smith Lake, Lake Tuscaloosa, Lake
Wedowee - Harris Lake, Lake Weiss, West Point Lake, Wheeler Lake,
Wilson Lake, Lake Woodruff, and many other lakes as well as ponsd,
creeks and rivers.
The Alabama state record largemouth bass came out of Mountain
View Lake and Wheeler Dam Tailwater produced the AL state record
Bass are one of the most sought after of all the game fish. Its
appeal spans cultures, age groups and genders to tap on the heart
strings of anglers everywhere. Join us in our endeavor to offer
information about bass fishing on your favorite bass lake in the
They are aggressive feeders and agile enough to chase down and
catch most of their favorite foods. They are most easily caught
during a feeding spree but can be enticed into striking an anglers
bait for reasons other than hunger. They are predatory by nature
and at times will strike at anything that enters their world.
are also territorial and at times strike anything that ventures
into their domain. If it moves and they can get it into their
mouth, bass will attempt to eat it.
Alabama fishing information.
For information regarding bass fishing in other states, see the list of
states to the left
AL Bass Fishing -
All About Fishing for Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted, Shoal & Redeye
Bass in Alabama.