Weiss Lake is a reservoir located just 4.5 miles from Centre, in Cherokee County, in the state of Alabama, United States, near Leesburg, AL. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including snook, eel, whitefish, black bass, yellowfin tuna, white perch, guadalupe bass, smelt, pickerel, shark, chinook salmon, american shad, california halibut, black marlin, bowfin, crappie, red grouper, dolly varden, atlantic salmon, sunfish, pumpkinseed sunfish, green sunfish, cobia, black sea bass, king mackerel, splake, king mackarel, saugeye, albacore, smallmouth bass, smallmouth buffalo, wahoo, flier, white marlin, perch, summer flounder, rainbow trout, paddlefish, white sturgeon, yellow bass, weakfish, blue catfish, bluefish, sturgeon, brown trout, flathead catfish, lingcod, panfish, dolphinfish, nassau grouper, grouper, sauger, halibut, atlantic bonito, black drum, redfin pickerel, carp, bream, bluegill, shovelnose sturgeon, coho salmon, bonefish, winter flounder, warmouth, snapper, marlin, sacramento perch, white bass, white catfish, jack crevalle, golden trout, largemouth bass, steelhead trout, green sturgeon, sailfish, amberjack, catfish, gulf flounder, brook trout, striped bass, redfish, muskie, chum salmon, walleye, lake trout, gar, spotted sea trout, arctic grayling, pumpkinseed, rio grande cichlid, redbreast sunfish, bigmouth buffalo, sockeye salmon, black bullhead, tarpon, redear sunfish, red drum, cutthroat trout, hickory shad, northern pike, sucker, tiger trout, bull trout, tilapia, pink salmon, blackfin tuna, rock bass, bullhead, drum and flounder here. Whether you’re trolling, fly fishing, spinning, chumming, baitcasting, net fishing or casting your chances of getting a bite here are good. So grab your favorite fly fishing rod and reel, and head out to Weiss Lake. Alternate names for this reservoir include Weiss Reservoir.
For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Alabama Fish & Wildlife
Please remember to check with the local Fish and Wildlife department to ensure the stream is open to the public. Now get out there and fish! Check out our Fishing Times
chart to determine when the fish will be most active.