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Oak Mountain offers two 85-acre lakes and one 60 acre lake stocked with largemouth bass, bream, catfish and crappie. All 3 lakes are open year-round. No gasoline motors are allowed, but electric trolling motors are welcome, and john-boats are available for rent. Private boats may be launched from any lake.


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  • Bait is for sale at the Back Gate. 
  • Flat bottomed fishing boats that hold 4 people are also for rent at the Back Gate. The rates are $15 per day and $10.00 for Seniors.  Paddles and life preservers are furnished. You can bring your own electric trolling motor to use on our boats if you wish.

State Law requires fishing licenses for both Alabama residents and non residents. Licenses are available at the Fishing Center Store and Park Headquarters.

Restrooms and picnic tables are located within the two lake area. Tackle, supplies and bait are available at the Fishing Center Shop or at the back gate. 

 

 

Photo by Maurice Jackson
Fish caught at Double Oak Lake on Terrace Drive  

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The ADA Fishing Pier at Double Oak Lake on Terrace Drive.

The ADA Pier (completed in early 2010 from grant money) is to be used for special scheduled events
and by Disability permit holders. Contact Oak Mountain for more details.

 


All State Park Rules and Regulations Apply.  There are copies posted throughout the park.
 

 

 

For information about fishing licenses and to order one online, visit the fishing section of OutdoorAlabama.com