Field & Stream
The natural settings of Alabama provide outdoor sportsmen many excellent areas for both hunting and fishing. Many of the hunting lodges and resorts provide activities and recreation suitable for the while family and public fishing lakes are typically found within larger state and national parks
Run by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, this website is an extensive resource for hunters, fishers and all who enjoy nature. Visitors can find hunting tips, read hunting news, exchange techniques and learn about the best spots to hunt and fish.
Bent Creek Lodge
Located in the West Central Alabama's Sunbelt, Bent Creek Lodge is a great location for those looking to hunt whitetail deer or wild turkey. The lodge has over 30,000 acres of pristine fields and riverfront woodland, and accommodates both bow and gun hunting.
White Oak Plantation
White Oak Plantation is a premier hunting resort set along Opintlocco Creek in south central Alabama. The terrain itself is a refreshing mix of densely forested bottomlands to undulating hills of crops and wooded thickets. The resorts commitment to a family atmosphere is just one of the reasons they offer a number of outdoor activities such as bird watching, nature hikes and bass fishing. The comfortable accommodations include pleasant sleeping rooms, a full service family-style dining room and a deluxe trophy lounge that can comfortably accommodate 200. White Oak can be found outside of Tuskegee, Alabama.
Lee County State Public Fishing Lake
Located six miles southeast of Opelika, Lee County Lake is a 130 acre lake perfect for anglers of all skill level. The lake is stocked with bass, bluegill, shellcracker, catfish and crappie. A launching ramp is available for boat fishing, and boats are also available for rental. A fishing pier makes deeper water fishing accessible to all. The park also features concessions, a bait and tackle shop and rental cabins.
W. L. Holland & Mobile-Tenshaw Delta Wildlife Management Area
Located In Baldwin and Mobile Counties, the W. L. Holland & Mobile-Tenshaw Delta WMA consists of 58321 acres of marsh and timberland and more than 15,000 acres of shallow water. Seasons allowed within this WMA include deer, rabbit, dove, waterfowl, turkey and feral hog.
Doublehead Resort & Lodge
Doublehead Resort specializes in professionally guided quail hunts. The Resort offers a 5-stand sporting clay range that includes 7 fully automatic electronically controlled traps. Set on Wilson Lake, guests have access to a sand beach and swimming area, lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, two playgrounds, a swimming pool with a cascading stream and a softball field. Area activities include horseback riding, hiking and a number of water sports.