SMITH LAKE, ALABAMA
Lewis Smith Lake, located on the Sipsey fork of the Black Warrior River, was impounded in 1961 by Alabama Power Company. The 21,200-acre lake is located partially in Cullman, Walker, and Winston counties in north-central Alabama. The dam is 2,200 feet long and 300 feet tall. It is one of the largest dams of its type in the eastern United States. Smith Lake is 35 miles long, with over 500 miles of shoreline. The maximum depth is 265 feet, so put plenty of line on your reels!
Several major tournaments
are taking place on the lake each year, including BASS and FLW. It has a huge population of largemouth & spotted bass, (it was home to the World Record Spotted bass for years), saltwater stripers, white bass, black and white crappie, bluegill, longear, redear sunfish as well as flathead and channel catfish.
More about the Smith Lake Saltwater Stripers.
Call Early For Best Dates - 1-205-647-7683