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Streams

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Fishable Creeks and Rivers in Northeast Alabama.

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County

Stream

Blount

Blackburn Fork1, Locust Fork1, Mulberry Fork1

Calhoun

Choccolocco Creek, Terrapin Creek

Cherokee

Chattooga River, Little River1, Spring Creek, Terrapin Creek

Clay

Crooked Creek, East Fork of Hatchet Creek, Enitachopco Creek, Hatchet Creek1, Hillabee Creek, Horse Creek, Hubbard Creek, Little Hillabee Creek, Talladega Creek, West Fork of Hatchet Creek

Cleburne

Cheaha Creek, Hillabee Creek, Little Shoal Creek, Little Tallapoosa River, Shoal Creek, Tallapoosa River, Terrapin Creek

DeKalb

Big Wills Creek, Little River1, Town Creek

Etowah

Big Wills Creek, Black Creek, Coosa River

Jackson

Coon Creek, Hurricane Creek, Paint Rock River

Marshall

North Sauty Creek, Short Creek, South Sauty Creek, Tennessee River

Randolph

Little Tallapoosa River1, Tallapoosa River1
St. Clair Canoe Creek, Coosa River, Little Canoe Creek
Talladega Cheaha Creek, Emauhee Creek, Salt Creek, Talladega Creek, Tallasseehatchie Creek

For more information about streams in northeast Alabama, contact the District II Fisheries Supervisor, Dan Catchings.  This Web site also has tips for float fishing.


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1Detailed descriptions of float trips of these rivers are given in the book by John H. Foshee entitled Alabama Canoe Rides and Float Trips published in 1987.

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