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Fish Pictures from the Sipsey Fork below Smith Lake Dam, Alabama

  rainbow trout
Rainbow trout caught in February 2014
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.
net of trout
Kasie Goodson shows off a net full of trout that she and her fiance caught February 15, 2014.

 Sipsey Fork
This picture of Mary Carole Taylor Jackson casting tight loops on the Sipsey Fork came from the Riverside Fly Shop Facebook page by their permission, www.riversideflyshop.com.

Sipsey Fork
This picture came from the Riverside Fly Shop Facebook page by their permission, www.riversideflyshop.com.

Sipsey Fork
This picture came from the Riverside Fly Shop Facebook page by their permission, www.riversideflyshop.com.
 Sipsey Fork
This picture came from the Riverside Fly Shop Facebook page by their permission, www.riversideflyshop.com.
Sipsey Fork
This picture came from the Riverside Fly Shop Facebook page by their permission, www.riversideflyshop.com.
Sipsey Fork
This picture came from the Riverside Fly Shop Facebook page by their permission, www.riversideflyshop.com
 Sipsey Fork
This picture came from the Riverside Fly Shop Facebook page by their permission, www.riversideflyshop.com.
Danny Hamilton with a nice trout from the Sipsey Fork.
Danny Hamilton caught this nice rainbow trout on worms, June 2012. 
Alabama trout
Mr. Wilson caught this trout below the Smith Lake Dam, Sipsey Fork, on July 17, 2011.
September 2001 catch of a rainbow trout, Sipsey Fork, Alabama
An angler holds his first rainbow trout from the Sipsey Fork, Alabama, September 17, 2011.

Trout
A typical rainbow trout below the Smith Dam, Alabama.


"Cowboy Bill" with rainbow trout taken July 14, 2004, from the Sipsey Fork.

 

 

Chris Prestridge with rainbow trout
Chris Prestridge with rainbow trout caught in September 2003.
Chris Prestridge with rainbow trout
Chris Prestridge with rainbow trout caught in 2003.

Alabama family catches a trout
Joseph is successful in using rainbow-colored PowerBait® Trout Bait.

Lamar Yarbrough shows success trout fishing on the Sipsey Fork.
Lamar Yarbrough shows success trout fishing on the Sipsey Fork. The daily limit is five fish, and fish on the stringer or in the cooler may not be released.

The Sipsey Fork can be a great family experience.
Trout fishing on the Sipsey Fork can be a great family experience.  Always keep a lookout for rising water, however, and evacuate quickly when the dam releases water.

John Eisenbarth of Riverside Outfitters-Guide
John Eisenbarth lands another rainbow trout on the Sipsey Fork, winter 1999-2000.

Josh Henderson and Charles Darr, two successful young anglers, prepare to leave the lower Sipsey Fork.
Two successful young anglers prepare to leave the lower Sipsey Fork.

Send me your picture, doug.darr@dcnr.alabama.gov


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