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Alabama Record Largemouth Bass
State and Lake Records

The pictures are in alphabetical order by the name of the lake. See rules, minimum sizes apply.

The Alabama state record largemouth bass is sixteen and a half pounds.
Jerry Moss poses with the Alabama record largemouth bass, which was caught November 3, 1987 by T. M. Burgin of Birmingham from Mountain View Lake in Shelby County.

Aliceville (10-pound minimum) Bankhead (8-pound minimum)
 Barbour County (10-pound minimum) Bibb County (10-pound minimum)
 Big Bear (10-pound minimum) Big Creek (8-pound minimum)
 Cedar Creek (10-pound minimum) Chambers County (10 pound minimum) 
 Claiborne (8-pound minimum) Clay County (10-pound minimum)
Coffee County (10-pound minimum) Coffeeville (8-pound minimum)
Columbia (10-pound minimum) Crenshaw County (10-pound minimum) 
 Dale County (10-pound minimum) Dallas County (10-pound minimum) 
 DeKalb County (10-pound minimum)  Demopolis (8-pound minimum)
Escambia County (10-pound minimum)  Eufaula (10-pound minimum)
 Fayette County (10 pound minimum) Gainesville (10-pound minimum)
Gantt (8-pound minimum) Geneva County (10-pound minimum)
Goat Rock (8-pound minimum) Guntersville (10-pound minimum)
Harding (8-pound minimum) Harris (8-pound minimum)
 Holt (8-pound minimum) Inland (8-pound minimum) 
 Jones Bluff (8-pound minimum) Jordan (8-pound minimum) 
 Lamar County (10-pound minimum) Initial Lay Lake record largemouth bass, eleven pounds and seven ounces
Terry Jinks of Childersburg landed this 11-pound, 7-ounce bass from Lay Lake on July 31, 2013. Think what it might have weighed right before the spawn.
 Lee County (10-pound minimum) Little Bear (10-pound minimum) 
Logan Martin 14-11  Madison County (10-pound minimum)
 Marion County (10-pound minimum) Martin (8-pound minimum) 
 Miller's Ferry (8-pound minimum) Mitchell (8-pound minimum) 
 Moile Delta (8-pound minimum) Monroe County (10-pound minimum) 
 Neely Henry (8-pound minimum)  Oliver on the Chattahoochee (8-pound minimum)
 Aubrey Boothe with a lake record largemouth bass from the Oliver Pool on the Black Warrior River.
Aubrey Boothe of Coker, AL holds the Lake Oliver (Black Warrior River) record after catching an 11-pound, 10-ounce largemouth bass. The fish was caught December 30, 2006.
Pickwick (8-pound minimum)
Pike County (10-pound minimum) Point A (8-pound minimum)
Purdy (8-pound minimum)  David Lockhart shows his 11.02 pound largemouth bass from Smith Lake.
David Lockhart shows his Smith Lake record largemouth bass. his current Smith Lake record largemouth bass was caught at night on a shakey head jig and finessse worm. He gave special thanks to his net man, Heath Smith.  At eleven pound and two hundredths, his June 3, 2007, bass was the second submitted as an official lake record and surpassed the April 16 Smith Lake catch by Gary Guthrie.
Thurlow (8-pound minimum) Tuscaloosa (8-pound minimum)
Upper Bear (10-pound minimum) Walker County (10-pound minimum)
Warrior (8-pound minimum) Washington County 14-8
Weiss (8-pound minimum) West Point (8-pound minimum)
Wheeler (8-pound minimum)
As of June 20, 2009, Jerry Daily holds the official Wilson Lake Record for this 11-pound and 2-ounce largemouth bass.
 Yates (8-pound minimum)  

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