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Alabama Lake Record Black Bass by Date

Largemouth Bass by Lake Redeye Bass by Lake
Smallmouth Bass by Lake Spotted Bass and Alabama Bass by Lake
Initial Lay Lake record largemouth bass, eleven pounds and seven ounces
The official Lay Lake largemouth bass record was set by Terry Jinks of Childersburg when he landed this 11-pound, 7-ounce bass from Lay Lake on July 31, 2013. 
Marty Brown with a Lake Record spotted bass
James M. "Marty" Brown caught this lake record 4-pound, 12-ounce spotted bass from Pickwick Lake on June 9, 2011.
As of June 20, 2009, Jerry Daily holds the official Wilson Lake Record for this 11-pound and 2-ounce largemouth bass.


Charles Bestus caught this Guntersville Lake record, 4-11 spotted bass on February 9, 2009.

Bo Crawford caught his Lake Purdy record 4-pound, 14-ounce Alabama Spotted Bass in December of 2008.
Record spotted bass from Wheeler Lake.
Danny Joe Betterton of Hartselle caught this 6-pound, 3-ounce spotted bass from Wheeler Lake on February 24, 2008.
David Lockhart shows his 11.02 pound largemouth bass from Smith Lake.
David Lockhart shows his Smith Lake record largemouth bass. 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 catch by Gary Guthrie.

Gary Guthrie of Jasper caught the first record largemouth bass for Smith Lake. The April 16, 2007, bass weighed 10-pounds, 4 ounces.
  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

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