Barbour County Public Lake Dam Fishing Report near Clayton, Alabama
Write a Report
1/19/2013 7:00 AM
Most bass are moving shallow and stocking up for the pre-spawn right now and can be caught on squarebill crankbaits and jerkbaits near cover. Catfish can be caught on live and cut shad fished near shallow and deep cover. Crappie can be caught on minnows near brush piles and fallen trees in the shallows.
Fishing Barbour County Lake
10/16/2012 7:00 AM
Bass fishing is good year-round, with the biggest usually caught from February through April when they are near the bank. Bluegill and redear sunfish are caught by bank and boat anglers from late spring through summer. Catfish are caught year-round, but the summer and late fall months are best.
Bass & Bluegill, Limited Open Days
6/16/2012 7:00 AM
This lake is currently closed, but is open July through November on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It's a State-run lake, and bass, bluegill, and sunfish are the most popular catches. Concessions, bathrooms, and picnic areas are available around this 75 acre lake. On open days, you can fish from sunrise to sunset. Call the manager at (334) 775-1054 to verify the schedule before making the trip.
Species Caught: Bluegill
Local Hotel Rooms
About Fishing Reports for Barbour County Public Lake Dam near Clayton
A detailed fishing report for the Barbour County Public Lake Dam will make the difference between a good fishing here and a bad one. Let's face it, there's a lot we can learn and share from one another like what bait or lure is generating the best results. On HookandBullet, we invite you to share your knowledge with others - what tackle is working,
what fish species can be found here, and where the fish are hiding. So whether it's a Sunfish fishing report, or a Bream, Bluegill we invite you to submit a fishing report and help us to promote the sport. If you're looking to fish in the general area be sure to check out Hot Spots tab to see where the fish
are biting. Check out our Fishing Times
to determine when the fish will be most active. Check out our Hot Spots
to learn where the fish are being caught in this area.