Town Creek Fishing Report near Town Creek, Alabama

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Town Creek

  5/12/2013 10:10 PM

A fast, clear water, walk in-walk out, rocky creek that offers nice fishing and not too many other anglers, Town Creek is one of my favorite spots to fish around here. If you are just looking to come and spend a few hours relaxing without worry too much about what kind of fish you catch like I do, I recommend you cast small in-line spinners like Rooster tails and Mepps. Small jigs tipped with soft plastics or bait also work well, but neither option will beat live bait drifted through deep pools. Fly fishing will also work if you want to give it a try. Light tackle is ideal for this creek as the fish don't get too big. That doesn't mean they won't put up a fight though, because river fish have to fight the current all the time they are way stronger than lake fish. Anything bigger than 6lbs test is unnecessary here. Most of the time you can find fish in the pools, near fallen trees in bends in the river, and under falls/rapids. The water levels are usually fine, but if you want to fish in the middle of summer find out what the water levels are before you go so you don't waste your time.


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