Dallas County Public Fishing Lake is a serene and scenic lake located in Dallas County, Alabama. It covers an area of approximately 100 acres and is surrounded by a beautiful forest of hardwood trees. The lake is well-stocked with a variety of fish, including largemouth bass, bluegill, and catfish, making it a popular spot for fishing enthusiasts. The lake also has several amenities, including boat rentals, picnic areas, and a fishing pier, making it an ideal location for a family day out or a relaxing weekend getaway. Dallas County lake is located 11 miles south of Selma off Alabama Highway 41 in Sardis, Alabama.
Lake is open Sunrise to Sunset as follows:
March 2 to November 30: open 6 days a week, closed on Monday.
December 1 – January 31: closed on Tuesday
Call the manager at (334) 874-8804 to verify the schedule before making the trip.
Bass fishing is good year-round, with the biggest usually caught in February, March and April. Bank and boat anglers catch bluegill and redear sunfish from late spring through summer. Catfish are caught year-round, but the summer months are best. Crappie fishing is best in February, March, October, and November. Fish attractors have been added to Dallas County Lake and are marked for easy identification.
Directions to Lake:
From Selma take Ala. Hwy 41 south for 11 miles, then right on County Road 6 to Dallas County Lake.