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Alabama Fishing Reports

Alabama Fishing Reports by Location:

Birmingham (25)

Coosa River (2)

Gulf Shores (19)

Guntersville (4)

Jasper (3)

Jordan Lake (9)

Lake Eufaula (154)

Lake Guntersville (48)

Lake Harris (1)

Lake Martin (21)

Lake Wedowee (1)

Lay Lake (23)

Logan Martin Lake (19)

Mitchell Lake (3)

Orange Beach (122)

Pickwick-Wilson Lakes (2)

Smith Lake (124)

Weiss Lake (8)

Alabama Fishing Reports

12:08 PM

Early Spring largemouth bass! - With water temps in the mid to upper 50's early spring largemouth bass are now invading the shallows of the six Coosa River lakes Weiss, Neely Henry, Logan Martin, Lay, Mitchell and Jordan lakes! Air temperatures in mid February are currently show more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Coosa River

1:57 PM

Lake Guntersville FEB 12th - Guntersville is getting a makeover this week. Mother Nature has dumped a lot of rain on Lake Guntersville and with the rain we have current with a average outflow of 123,000 cubic feet per second and raising water 595.5 is the top of the dam and at n more...
Capt. Jim Leary - Lake Guntersville

10:26 PM

Lake Eufaula, Alabama - Lake Level 187.09 msl Water Temp. upper 40's Water clarity stained Winter weather patterns have kept the water temperature below normal. The first drops on river ledges where you find natural and man made structure are hol more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula

3:04 PM

B'ham Boat Show / Reed Montgomery's Kids Show Jan 18- 20 of 2018 - It's that time of year again! Time for the 47th Annual 2018 Birmingham Boat Show! Scheduled to be held, Thursday–Sunday, January 18-20 of 2018! See www.birminghamboatshow.com for more info! It's also time for Reed Montgomery's 18th Annual Kids F more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Birmingham

9:35 AM

Lake Eufaula, Alabama - Water level 187.61 Water Temp. 60's Water clarity Stained The winter patterns are beginning to set in, the hydrilla is disappearing and the fish are concentrating more on the deeper structure, natural and man made. Sonar units more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula

11:11 AM

Thanksgiving Christmas & New Years, a sign Winter is on the way! - Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day, Are Always a Sign That Winter's On Its Way Written By Reed Montgomery Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day. These three holidays always come to mind as a reminder. Winter is on its way. more...
Capt. Reed Montgomery - Birmingham

11:32 PM

Lake Eufaula, Alabama - Water Level 187.33 msl Water Temperature mid 60's Water clarity stained to clear The river is dropping and scattering the fish. The tournament fishermen are working hard to catch a good limit. Small bass are p more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula

2:26 PM

Lake Eufaula, Alabama - Lake Eufaula, Alabama Water level 188.62 msl Water temperature mid 80's Water clarity slight stain to clear The unusually hot weather has kept the summer pattern active. The shoreline cover is still holding good fish. more...
Capt. Sam Williams - Lake Eufaula

12:52 AM

Smith Lake Striped Bass Guides - Fishing 24-7 Reports Its On! - Fishing guide Mike Walker of Fishing 24-7 Guide Service on Smith Lake, Alabama reports incredible striped bass bite. The lake is finishing turning over and the fish are starting to move. Trolling is the best option on catching fish right now. Fish ar more...
Mike Walker - Smith Lake

12:35 PM

Fishing 24-7 Guide Service - Mike Walker's On The Striped Bass! - Smith Lake fishing guide Mike Walker reports incredible striped bass fishing. Smith Lake stripers are biting great right now. Fish are in transition and moving up the lake, trolling is the top producer for numbers. Fish are between 30-120 feet deep d more...
Mike Walker - Smith Lake

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