Cleburne County (AL) Fishing Reports, Times, Licenses, and Shops

Fish Species Found in Cleburne County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Catfish,  Crappie,  Bream/Bluegill,  Smallmouth Bass,  Carp,  Flathead Catfish,  Rainbow Trout,  Redear Sunfish,   and 8 more

Bodies of Water in Cleburne County Area

3 Lakes

143 Rivers and Streams

40 Reservoirs

38 other

Cleburne County (AL) Fishing Spots

Aderhold Dam 8.1 miles
Albright Creek 8.3 miles
Bell Dam 3.9 miles
Bobo Branch 5.3 miles
Bonner Dam 6.5 miles
Bonner Lake 6.5 miles
Burton Creek 4.5 miles
Cane Creek 1.9 miles
Cedar Creek 5.5 miles
Clear Creek 4.1 miles
Dynne Creek 7.6 miles
Gold Mine Lakes 8.9 miles
Heflin Dam 3.8 miles
Henry Creek 2.2 miles
Highrock Lake 8.8 miles
Huston Dam 9 miles
Johnywady Creek 1.4 miles
Kemp Creek 8.1 miles
Lake Charles 3.9 miles
Lake Heflin 3.7 miles
Macola Creek 5.5 miles
Nelson Dam 9.6 miles
Nelsons Lake 9.6 miles
Owen Creek 6.6 miles
Owens Dam 5.1 miles
Owens Lake 5.2 miles
Robinson Dam 6.9 miles
Robinson Lake 6.9 miles
Rocky Branch 5.1 miles
Sheep Creek 0.4 miles
Silas Creek 4 miles
Snake Creek 4.9 miles
Stricklin Dam 9.6 miles
Stricklins Lake 9.6 miles
Thomas Lake 5.8 miles
Thrift Dam 7.3 miles
Thrift Pond 7.3 miles
Town Creek 5 miles
Town Creek 6.7 miles
Turner Creek 9.1 miles
Twin Lakes 8.4 miles
Verdin Creek 3.6 miles
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Alabama Fishing Licenses

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About Cleburne County (AL) Fishing

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