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Alabama Bass Fishing - Good Places to Catch Bass in Alabama

By: Daniel Eggertsen
You will find several species of bass in Alabama such as the largemouth, smallmouth, shoay, spotted and redeye bass. The largemouth bass can grow very large in the moderate temperatures that are found here and this is one of the main reasons why the official Alabama state fish is the largemouth bass. The stripped bass grow to some incredible sizes as well.

Some of the nation's finest professional anglers such as Tim Horton and Jerry Crook spend a lot of time as guides on a couple of these lakes. The state record for the smallmouth bass was caught at Wheeler Dam and Mountain View Lake is where the record for the largemouth bass was caught.

Best Places to go Bass Fishing in Alabama

One reason that bass fishing in Alabama is so popular is because you can find this species of fish in just about every lake in the state. Therefore, no matter where you are located you can find some great bass fishing locations.

Here is a list of some of the best places to go bass fishing in Alabama:

Wheeler Lake
Lake Harding
Wilson Lake
Lake Martin
Lake Jordan
Madison County Lake
Pickwick Lake
DeKalb County Lake
Lake Eufaula
Lake Guntersville
Lake Woodruff
Lake Weiss
Harris Lake

There are still many other Lakes, ponds, creeks and rivers located in Alabama where you can find a variety of bass so, if you are not near one of these locations don't worry.

Most Popular Techniques Used

Every experienced angler has certain techniques they use for each different species they go after. Still, it never hurts to try something new from time to time. Here you will find some of the most popular techniques used for bass fishing that you can give a try the next time you venture out on a fishing trip.

Bass located in the Alabama area are very aggressive feeders. When they see their favorite food they will usually go after it and most of the time a bass will try to eat anything that will fit in their mouth. Many times you can entice them to go after bait even when they are not particularly hungry. Bass are considered a territorial species which means they have a history of automatically striking at anything that invades their space.

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About The Author, Daniel Eggertsen


Dan Eggertsen is a fishing researcher and enthusiast who is committed to providing the best bass fishing information possible. Get more information on Alabama bass fishing here: http://www.askbassfishing.com/

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