Coffee County Public Lake Dam Fishing Report near Elba, Alabama
1/19/2013 7:00 AM
Most bass are moving shallow and stocking up for the pre-spawn right now and can be caught on squarebill crankbaits and jerkbaits near cover. Catfish can be caught on live and cut shad fished near shallow and deep cover. Crappie can be caught on minnows and jigs near brush piles and fallen trees in the shallows.
Times To Fish Coffee County Lake
10/16/2012 7:00 AM
Bass fishing good year-round, with the biggest usually caught from February through April when they are near the bank. Bluegill and redear sunfish are caught by bank and boat anglers from spring through summer. Channel catfish are caught year-round, but the summer months are best.
6/16/2012 7:00 AM
At around 80 acres, this like is prime for year-round fishing for channel catfish. Strict rules of what may be kept are posted around the lake, as this lake is stocked and controlled by the state. Boat rentals are available, as well as other state park amenities. Note that only trolling motors are allowed to be used on this lake, even if your boat has an outboard. A ramp is available to drop your own boat. Call for information about licenses - 334-897-6833.
Species Caught: Channel Catfish
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