Opelika City Lake (Saugahatchee Lake)

Lee - Alabama


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  • 65 followers

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This 600-acre lake owned by the City of Opelika. Fishing and boat permits are required and may be obtained at Opelika City Hall.

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Opelika City Lake (Saugahatchee Lake) Fishing Reports

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  1. 3 lb. Large Mouth Bass with a H2O Top Water Popper

    1. Jaime Florez 0
      Thanks for the information Mark. I think I will go to the city hall to check that out.
    2. Mark Lisenby 0
      Yes there is. If you are a resident of Opelika and are on city water the permit is $50 per year, I believe, which includes the right to launch your boat. If you ...more are not a resident, the permit is substantially more. this permit is valid from September through August.
    3. Jaime Florez 0
      Nice catch Mark! Do you know if there is a special permit\license required to fish in this lake (I mean, ontop of the state fishing license)?
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