Aliceville Lake Fishing Report near Aliceville, Alabama
1/19/2013 7:00 AM
Bass can be caught right now on shallow crankbaits and jerk baits right now in the pre-spawn as the bass are headed shallow to stock up for the spawn. Catfish can be caught on live and cut shad fished near shallow and deep cover. Crappie can be caught on minnows near brush piles and fallen trees.
All Kinds of Fishing on Aliceville Lake
10/16/2012 7:00 AM
Aliceville has an excellent tailwater fishery for catfish, crappie, bass, and drum. A fishing pier located on the west bank at Aliceville Reservoir immediately below the dam provides a platform for anglers to fish the tailwaters of Aliceville. Popular top water baits on this lake include willow-leaf spinning lures, Jitterbugs, Torpedo and stick baits.
Fishing Aliceville Lake
7/18/2012 7:00 AM
The is an abundance of fish in the tailwaters of Aliceville. Popular top water baitsfor bass on this lake include willow-leaf spinning lures, Jitterbugs, and stick baits. Though, many anglers prefer the plastic worm or lizards to catch bass along submerged weed beds, or along emergent lilly pads. Bluegill and redear sunfish are very abundant, and are often found in backwater coves or sloughs near underwater structure. Crickets and small spinner baits are great for catching these species of sunfish.
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