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The 9,465 acres at Alabama River Lakes is a good opportunity to enjoy the various kinds of game and non-game wildlife. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers manages approximately 5600 acres of this public use land, along the beautiful Alabama River, for bow hunting and small game hunting. There are eight areas open to hunting at Woodruff Lake, and seventeen areas at Dannelly Reservoir and Claiborne Lake. Only archery or shotgun (size 6 shot or smaller) hunting is allowed in harvesting game animals. Hunters must obtain a valid State hunting license and an Alabama River Lakes Hunting Permit.
NO RIFLES ALLOWED FOR HUNTING

WILDLIFE USE PERMIT

 Click above link for permit and detailed description of each hunting area as well as rules and regulations.

 

Hunting Area Locations

 

Acres

Bowhunting

Small game hunting

Campground

Woodruff Lake East Bank

110

X X X
  West Bank 350 X X  
  Tallawassee Creek 41 X    
  Jackson Lake  75 X    
  Jones Bluff 500 X X primitive
  Swift Creek 225 X X  
  Huffman Bar 120 X    
Dannelly Reservoir Bridgeport 175 X    
  East Bank 320 X X  
  West Bank 375 X X  
  Shell Creek 50 X    
          Portland Landing 50 X   primitive
  Chilatchee Creek 450 X   primitive
  Six Mile Creek 200 X X closed till April 1
Claiborne Lake East Bank 500 X X X
  West Bank 200 X X  
Silver Creek 325 X X primitive
  Davis Ferry 70 X    
  Black Creek 115 X X  
  Gulletts Bluff 40 X    
  Holleys Ferry 50 X    
  Bells Landing 320 X X primitive
  Haines Island 480 X X primitive
  Lower Peachtree 119 X X  
  McDuffie Landing 116 X

 

For more information, please contact the Alabama River Lakes Resource Management Offices at

(334) 872-9554 or (334) 682-4244.

LowndesCo.Wildlife Management Area, located on the Alabama River between Selma and Montgomery, offers the public approx.13,300 acres of excellent hunting and fishing opportunities.    This area is operated by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources of the Game and Fish Division - Wildlife Section.

For more information about the Lowndes Wildlife Management Area, call

(334) 358-0035.