Flint Creek Fishing Report near Decatur, Alabama
Lots of catfish, easy access, public!
6/12/2012 7:00 AM
A slow-flowing creek with fluctuating water levels, Flint Creek is home to many anglers looking for catfish and many varieties of bream. Navigating this creek is tricky, with tons of trees and branches providing overhangs along the creek beds. Sunfish and bluegill are plentiful and should be targeted with crickets or worms. Worms and livers will draw in the catfish. You'll find bluegills, channel cats, and two species of black bass as well. Some anglers report catches of yellow perch. You can access Flint Creek from Highway 67 in the Hickory Hills subdivision.
Species Caught: Flathead Catfish
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