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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Fishing Size Limits

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As provided for above, as posted in State and Federally owned and/or managed public fishing lakes and ponds, and as follows:

Demopolis Reservoir

It is illegal to possess any Black Bass less than 14 inches in total length.

Guntersville Reservoir & its Tributary of Town Creek

It is illegal to possess any Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass less than 15 inches in total length.

Harris Reservoir

It is illegal to possess any Largemouth Bass between 13 inches and 16 ­inches in total length.

Lake Jackson at Florala

Creel limit of five Black Bass greater than 12 inches in total length. Only one of the five can be over 22 inches in total length.

Lake Martin

It is illegal to possess more than two Saltwater Striped Bass that exceed 22 inches in total length in the daily creel limit. It shall be unlawful to intentionally cull from the creel any saltwater striped bass from June 15th to October 15th. Culling is defined as removing and releasing a Saltwater Striped Bass from the creel (live well, stringer, basket, bucket, cooler or other container) whether or not it is replaced with another Striped Bass.

Lewis Smith Reservoir

It is illegal to possess more than two Saltwater Striped Bass that exceed 22 inches in total length in the daily creel limit. It shall be unlawful to intentionally cull from the creel any saltwater striped bass from June 15th to October 15th. Culling is defined as removing and releasing a Saltwater Striped Bass from the creel (live well, stringer, basket, bucket, cooler or other container) whether or not it is replaced with another Striped Bass.

Lewis Smith Reservoir

It is illegal to possess any Black Bass between 13 inches and 15 inches in total length.

Little Bear Creek Reservoir of the B.C.D.A. Lakes

It is illegal to possess Largemouth Bass between 13 inches and 16 inches in total length.

Pickwick Reservoir

It is illegal to possess any Smallmouth Bass less than 15 inches in total length.

Thurlow Reservoir

It is illegal to possess more than two Saltwater Striped Bass that exceed 22 inches in total length in the daily creel limit and only one of those may exceed 30 inches in total length.

Walter F. George Reservoir (Lake Eufaula) & its Tributaries

It is illegal to possess any Largemouth Bass less than 14 inches in total length. (See Chattahoochee River Tributaries.)

Weiss Reservoir

It is illegal to possess Crappie less than 10 inches in total length.

West Point Reservoir & its Tributaries

It is illegal to possess any Largemouth Bass less than 14 inches in total length. (See Chattahoochee River Tributaries.)

Wheeler Reservoir

It is illegal to possess any Smallmouth Bass less than 15 inches in total length.

Wilson Reservoir & its Tributaries of Big Nance and Town Creeks

It is illegal to possess any Smallmouth Bass less than 15 inches in total length.

Yates Reservoir

It is illegal to possess more than two Saltwater Striped Bass that exceed 22 inches in total length in the daily creel limit and only one of those may exceed 30 inches in total length.

Inland Reservoir

It is illegal to possess more than two Saltwater Striped Bass that exceed 22 inches in total length in the daily creel limit and only one of those may exceed 30 inches in total length.

­Chattahoochee River Tributaries

It is illegal to possess Shoal Bass in Little Uchee and Osanippa Creeks.

Regulations in red are new this year.

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