Alabama Fishing Membership
Annual Fishing Membership
We offer annual memberships for fishing. Fish in some of the best privately owned lakes in the southeast. These lakes have never been opened to the public. We just recently decided to open them up and you can have the first opportunity to get in on some great fishing. We have Florida bass, Tiger bass, copper nose, and regular bream, shell cracker, catfish, and white perch (crappie).
We have seven lakes that range from 4 to 20 acres with a total of around 75 acres of water. Certain restrictions on size and limits may apply based on management specifications.
You may bring your own boat, fish from the bank, or use one of our boats. Lodging and meals are available at an extra cost.
Memberships start in January and are prorated each month thereafter. You are allowed to bring one guest. Individual, family, and business memberships are welcome. Rules for guests will apply to each member.
A premier hunting and fishing resort located just south of Union Springs in Bullock County, Alabama in the middle of the famous Black Belt. Only a forty-five-minute drive from Montgomery, Auburn, Troy, Eufaula, and Columbus, Ga. An easy drive from Birmingham or Atlanta.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$11.00 Per Day
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Lodging and Meals Available
- BYOBoat or Use One of Ours
- Seven Lakes Ranging from 4-20 Acres
- Can Bring One Guest
- Weather Appropriate Fishing Attire
Rules & Guidelines
Alabama residents can fish from the bank in their county of residence with a hook and line without purchasing a license. Annual licenses are available for both residents and non-residents, as well as a 7-day license for nonresidents.
License registration is required for all residents 16 and older who do or attempt to take, catch, kill, or possess fish in Alabama. Annual and seven-day licenses are available for nonresidents."