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Alabama Bass Trail: Alabama River

May 7, 2013

The Alabama River offers ample bassin' opportunities; it is born of the Coosa and Tallapoosa rivers and has been impounded into three quality bass lakes on its way to form the Mobile River.

Alabama Bass Trail: Lewis Smith Lake

Oct 3, 2012

With 21,200 acres spread over 500 miles of winding shoreline, Lewis Smith is unusual among Alabama impoundments — a deep, clear, blue-green jewel of a lake in a mountain-forest setting.

Alabama Bass Trail: Lake Jordan

Aug 29, 2012

This 6,800-acre impoundment on the Coosa River has more than 188 miles of shoreline and is located about 25 miles north of Montgomery in central Alabama.

Alabama Bass Trail: Neely Henry Lake

Aug 20, 2012

Located in northeast Alabama on the Coosa River near the towns of Gadsden and Ohatchee, this reservoir envelops 11,235 acres and extends 77.6 miles from the dam upstream to Weiss Dam.

Alabama Bass Trail: Wheeler Lake

Aug 13, 2012

Wheeler Lake, one of the 11 featured lakes of the Alabama Bass Trail, is Alabama’s second largest lake and features an abundant bass population.

Alabama Bass Trail: Mobile-Tensaw River Delta

Aug 8, 2012

As one of 11 featured lakes of the Alabama Bass Trail, the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta is probably the least known of Alabama’s bass-rich resources, but it offers rewards for those who take the time to learn it.

Alabama Bass Trail: Lake Eufaula

Apr 30, 2012

Walter F. George Dam was completed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1962, forming 45,181-acre Lake Eufaula on the fertile Chattahoochee River. The reservoir extends from the Walter F. George Dam at Ft. Gaines, Ga., northward to Phenix City, Ala.

Alabama Bass Trail: Lay Lake

Apr 30, 2012

This 12,000-acre reservoir impounded in 1914 by Alabama Power is one of the state’s oldest but still provides excellent fishing.

Alabama Bass Trail: Logan Martin Lake

Apr 30, 2012

This 15,263-acre impoundment on the Coosa River is about 30 miles east of Birmingham and directly below Neely Henry.

Alabama Bass Trail: Love For The Outdoors

Apr 30, 2012

Love for the outdoors runs deep in ’Bama, and with the return of B.A.S.S. to Birmingham in 2011, many anglers feel a renewed enthusiasm for bass fishing.