Are you ready to hit the open water? May is here, the weather is warming up, and the Alabama Bass Trail is calling your name. Do you hear it? We do!

Stretching from North Alabama all the way down to the southern tip of the state, the thirteen lakes along the trail offer something different for everyone. And with plenty of room for social distancing, the lakes are a great way to get outdoors and enjoy the sunshine.

Whether you’re an experienced professional angler or someone who just wants to pick up an extra hobby in their spare time, the trail is where you want to be. After all, the Alabama Bass Trail is known for fish. BIG fish.

Bass – the most popular fish on the trail – are not the only species to catch here. You will also find crappie, brim, sunfish, catfish and more. In the southern part of the state, the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta provides a variety of freshwater and saltwater species.

Even if fishing isn’t your thing, the trail boasts many other opportunities for basking in Mother Nature’s beauty. Kayak, hike, camp, explore state parks and more. Each lake offers its own opportunities for outdoor adventure.

Plan now to get outside and enjoy all that the Alabama Bass Trail has to offer!