LINKS AND RESOURCES
Planning and Scouting
Real-time Alabama River Levels- Next to rod and reel, a river
fisherman's best friend. Allows you to click on your favorite river and see
the water level. Extremely useful web site by the USGS. Your tax dollars at
The Weather Channel- See what Mother Nature has in store for that
upcoming river trip!
Maptech Mapserver- Maptech's free online topographic maps allow you
to explore a river's course and access points from your computer. Once you
get the hang of the website, this is a great resource!
Earth- This is absolutely amazing! Download Google Earth's software
(it's free!) and you now have satellite photos of your favorite river at
your disposable. Zoom in and check out that river you've been wondering
Outdoor Alabama's River and Stream Fishing Page- A great look at
many of Alabama's best river and stream fishing destinations!
Every state needs a website like this!! Tons of pictures, descriptions, and
details on just about every canoeable river and creek in Alabama.
American Whitewater's Alabama Page- Flow levels and descriptions of
many of Alabama's best float trips. Designed for whitewater enthusiasts, but
useful to fishermen as well!
Paddling.net's Alabama Page-
Numerous Alabama float trip descriptions geared toward paddlers but useful
Alabama Game & Fish- An
Alabama print magazine devoted to hunting and fishing. Lots of good articles
Days Outdoors- Another hunting and fishing print magazine that
covers Alabama, Mississippi, and the Florida panhandle.
Outdoor Alabama (Alabama DNR) and Conservation
Outdoor Alabama's Fishing
Page- Information about fishing licenses, creel and length
regulations, boat registration, and a lot more useful stuff on this website!
Alabama Wildlife Federation-
The oldest and largest conservation organization in Alabama.
Alabama Rivers Alliance-
Uniting the citizens of Alabama to protect the state's clean, healthy