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Birmingham area fishing clubs #3800831
12/01/22 10:15 AM
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I'm curious if anyone knows of any decent private bass fishing lake clubs in the Birmingham areas that are open to new membership. I recently sold a client's farm that I had access to fish on and am looking for something in the area to fish a few times a month at most to take my young son to. I know there are several invite-only type clubs in the area but figure I would ask around. I'd even be open to an informal agreement/payment type plan on someone's private lake/pond. Thanks in advance.

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Closest I know of would be Foster Farms in Marion, but its an hour plus drive depending on what part of Bham you are coming from. Unfortunately you just missed the registration for this years members ship. These are farm ponds, but i think there are somewhere in the neighborhood of 17 ponds/lakes of various sizes. Very affordable and there are trophy bass in them along with bass, brim, and crappie. There is also Donovan lakes in Marion, but i don't know much about them other than its more expensive, but i think its set up for fishing a little better as in piers, boat ramps, etc.

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I overheard a person talking about a club near Oneonta; but did not catch the name.
You can always rent a boat at Lake Purdy.

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Lake Heather off of 280.


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Originally Posted by William
Lake Heather off of 280.


"Permits and boat decals will be issued to those Inverness community residents and homeowners who meet the established requirements for lake use, properly complete and submit the application form along with the indicated annual fee" ( $375)

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I forgot about Lake Heather. Is the fishing decent there? Looks like it's $375 per year for fishing privileges, which seems reasonable.

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Heather used to have some serious FL strain studs. Teen type fish. Someone put spots in there years ago and they’ve crossed With the Florida’s. Lots of solid fish and some magnum spots but IMO, the really big fish just are not there anymore. Plenty of 3-7 pound fish. Deep water and lots of shad in there. Usually a wait list to get on the list to get a permit. May be wrong but I think it’s limited to like 200 permits a year.

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Rex lake over in Leeds, is a private lake that takes members.


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Originally Posted by abolt300
Heather used to have some serious FL strain studs. Teen type fish. Someone put spots in there years ago and they’ve crossed With the Florida’s. Lots of solid fish and some magnum spots but IMO, the really big fish just are not there anymore. Plenty of 3-7 pound fish. Deep water and lots of shad in there. Usually a wait list to get on the list to get a permit. May be wrong but I think it’s limited to like 200 permits a year.


A lot of the lakes in that area near the Cahaba have a strong natural spot population


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