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

Fish Species Found in Macon County Area

Largemouth Bass,  Bream/Bluegill,  Catfish,  Crappie,  Smallmouth Bass,  Carp,  Rock Bass,  Perch,  Sunfish,   and 11 more

Bodies of Water in Macon County Area

18 Lakes

514 Rivers and Streams

76 Reservoirs

88 other

Macon County Fishing Reports

  "Larger size bass are being caught in the coves and around the boathouse..." City Lake

Macon County (AL) Fishing Spots

Beaverdam Creek 9.8 miles
Bridges Dam 1.3 miles
Bulger Creek 9.1 miles
Chewacla Creek 5.2 miles
City Lake 3.9 miles
Conners Lake 2.2 miles
Coon Hop Creek 9.4 miles
Dixie Creek 9.4 miles
Dobbs Creek 9.8 miles
Dry Creek 10.2 miles
Hodnett Creek 10.3 miles
Howard Dam 2.7 miles
J T Conner Dam 2.2 miles
Kelly Creek 8.5 miles
Lake Russell 4.5 miles
Lake Wadsworth 4.2 miles
Long Branch 7.9 miles
Miles Creek 8.2 miles
Moores Creek 10 miles
Moseley Creek 9.7 miles
Oliver Creek 9.5 miles
Ostette Dam 7.2 miles
Persimmon Creek 3.5 miles
Prairie Creek 5.2 miles
Red Creek 7.9 miles
Spring Branch 6.2 miles
Tanyard Creek 9.4 miles
Tysons Lake 4.4 miles
Wauxamaka Creek 9.8 miles
Williams Dam 10 miles
Wolf Creek 8.8 miles
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About Macon County (AL) Fishing

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