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Angler Caught

Rainbow Trout Caught in Alabama

Trout on a Kayak
Kayaks are a good way for you and your partner to fish without wading the cold waters of the Smith tailwaters.

Danny Hamilton with a nice trout from the Sipsey Fork.
Danny Hamilton caught this nice rainbow trout from the Sipsey Fork using worms, June 2012.
 


Caught on May 11, 2011, the trout are being caught several weeks after the Rainbow Trout Tournament at Tannehill Historical State Park. Rainbow Trout are stocked annually and are here for the taking with the purchase of a fishing permit from the park and a valid Alabama fishing license. Tannehill State Park is known for its rich history and is the home of the state record rainbow trout.

 Alabama family catches a trout at the Sipsey Fork between Jasper and Cullman, Alabama.
Joseph is successful at the Sipsey Fork in using rainbow-colored PowerBait® Trout Bait.

Josh Henderson and Charles Darr with a few trout from the Sipsey Fork.
Josh Henderson and Charles Darr with a few trout from the Sipsey Fork.

Trout caught at Madison County Lake.
Jonathan Glover of Mobile is happy, thanks to a Thanksgiving trip to Madison County Lake to catch a rainbow trout with his grandfather.  Madison County Lake is stocked with rainbow trout after Thanksgiving, in December and in January.

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