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Fishable Creeks and Rivers in Southwest Alabama

The land on the bottom of a stream and land adjacent to the stream may be privately owned, and permission must be obtained from the landowner prior to crossing or wading these areas. Limited access can be obtained from county road bridge right-of-ways crossing the creek.

Your purchase of a fishing license financially supports the protection and enhancement of Alabama's aquatic resources.  Alabama state fishing license requirement applies for all these waters.




Blackwater River, Blakeley River (Blakeley Addition Tract of Forever Wild), Caney Bayou (Lillian Swamp - Caney Bayou Tract of Forever Wild), Fish River (Weeks Bay tracts of Forever Wild), Little River, Magnolia River, Mobile Delta rivers and streams, Perdido River (Perdido River Longleaf Hills Tract and Perdido River Wildlife Management Area),


Cedar Creek, Long Creek, Persimmon Creek, Pigeon Creek, Sepulga River


Big Tallawampa Creek, Okatuppa Creek, Souwilpa Creek, Tombigbee River, Turkey Creek


Alabama River, Bashi Creek, Silver Creek, Tombigbee River


Burnt Corn Creek, Conecuh River, Escambia Creek, Murder Creek, Sepulga River


Big Escambia Creek, Burnt Corn Creek, Conecuh River, Little River, Murder Creek


Tombigbee River at Lock 3 Landing near Highway 28 and Myrtlewood Landing


Cedar Creek, Chicasaw Creek, Dog River, Escatawpa River, Fowl River, Hall Mill Creek, Middle River, Mobile Delta rivers and streams, Salco River


Alabama River, Big Flat Creek, Little River


Dry Creek, Escatawpa River, Santa Bogue Creek, Tombigbee River


Alabama River, Beaver Creek, Chilatchee Creek, Pine Barren Creek

Mobile Delta fishing
Fishing from kayaks is popular in the Mobile Delta.

For more information about streams in southwest Alabama, contact the District V Fisheries Supervisor, Dave Armstrong.  For tips on float fishing, read this article.

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