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PICTURES OF BIBB COUNTY
STATE PUBLIC FISHING LAKE,
near Centreville, Alabama

Edward Rains, Manager
1147 Walter Owens Pkwy.
West Blocton, AL 35184
(205) 938-2124

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Couple with two huge bass from Bibb County Lake near Centreville, Alabama.
Lisa Hobson Caught a 6.5lbs and Keith Hopson caught a 7.0 lbs Bass.

Man with a fine bass from Bibb County Lake near Centreville, Alabama
WOW! Kevin McCurry caught a 10 lbs Bass.

Scottie Smith with a pair of big bass from Bibb County Lake near Centreville, Alabama.

Scottie Smith caught a 6- and 7-pound largemouth bass.

Son and mother spending some quality time together fishing.

Covered fishing pier at Bibb County Lake. Raccoon at Bibb County Lake.

Bibb County Lake has a covered fishing pier that provides able-bodied and anglers with disabilities quality fishing opportunities.

Sometimes anglers are lucky enough to see some wildlife like this raccoon.

Black crappie caught by Charles Darr in Bibb County Lake.
Black crappie are found in the numerous brush piles. Any size crappie can be kept at Bibb County Lake.

Sabra McCurdy with two big bass from Bibb County Lake.
Sabra McCurdy used a shad colored tube bait to catch the largest bass. A monster junebug colored worm fooled the other. Both fish were released, so look for them this spring.

Send pictures of your Bibb County Lake fishing trip to Doug Darr.

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