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Alabama Fishing, Fisheries Section, Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Di
The Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division manages, protects, conserves and enhances the freshwater resources of Alabama including 47 reservoirs larger than 500 acres that cover 551,220 acres, 23 State Public Fishing Lakes, and 77,000 miles of perennial rivers, streams and the Mobile Delta.
Alabama Freshwater Fishing License Fees
A description of license fees required to freshwater fish in Alabama.
Bass Clubs Help Monitor Bass Fishing Quality in Alabama
In 1986 the Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries initiated a program called BAIT (Bass Anglers Information Team) to compile and analyze tournament records of the State’s many bass fishing clubs. Participating clubs completed a data card after each tournament and forwarded the card to the Fisheries Section of the Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries.
Outdoor Alabama: Boating
State of Alabama's boating information is found here, with such topics as registering your boat, operator certification, buoys and markers, boating education and more.
Outdoor Alabama: Boating Registration
Rules and regulations for registering your boat in the state of Alabama.
Outdoor Alabama: Fishing
Various articles about different types of freshwater gamefish are found here. Information includes photos identifying various fish; in addition, to how to tell the age of a bass.
Outdoor Alabama: Kid's Fishing Program
Fishing is fun for kids of all ages. The Community Fishing Program provides quality fishing opportunities for many that do not have such opportunities. Community Fishing Events provide a wonderful opportunity to bring families together to teach youngsters to fish. Other events are provided for disabled or for seniors. Since June 1995, over 350 Community Fishing Events have been held in Alabama for 75,000 participants.
Outdoor Alabama: Saltwater Fishing
Laws and regulations for Alabama's saltwater fishing.
Outdoor Alabama: Saltwater Fishing Licenses
Information about Alabama's saltwater rod and reel fishing licenses.
Outdoor Alabama: Shrimping
Commercial and recreational shrimping maps and rules for Alabama are available here.
Outdoor Alabama: Weather, Tides, GPS, River Stages
Weather, tide charts, river stages, local doplar radar, national data buoy information for Alabama are all available from this webpage. Presented by the Marine Resources division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Sipsey River, the tailwaters of Smith Lake
The deep waters leaving Smith Lake provide a fishery unique within Alabama. The Sipsey Fork of the Black Warrior River below Lewis Smith Dam remains in the fifty to sixty-five degree range all year. These temperatures are too cold for native populations to thrive, but the cold water provides an opportunity for anglers interested in rainbow trout to test their skills.