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Fishing at Meaher State Park

The park has a 300 foot pier with a 200 foot "T" for your fishing pleasure. Access to the pier is included in the park admission fee.  An Alabama freshwater fishing license is required and most common freshwater fish are abundant in the area. There is a boat ramp on the Blakeley River located on the east end of the park. The ramp is accessible from 7 a.m. until sundown. Contact the park staff for access after park hours.

 NOTICE
Meaher Park’s Renovation Construction is now complete.
New features in the Park include:

  • The campground has 56 new campsites with 20, 30 and 50 amp electrical connections with water and sewer.  The campground also features a new bathhouse with laundry facilities for overnight campers.
     
  • The Day Use Area's renovated Picnic Area is now open.  This renovation included the addition of a comfort station for the day use area visitors. 

The Mobile Delta consists of approximately 20,323 acres of water. It is formed by the confluence of the Alabama and Tombigbee Rivers. The Mobile Delta is a complex network of tidally influenced rivers, creeks, bays, lakes, wetlands, and bayous. Since the Mobile Delta empties into Mobile Bay, it is a productive estuary with numerous species of fresh and saltwater fish. The Mobile-Tensaw, William Bill Holland and Upper Delta Wildlife Management Areas offer hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities for those utilizing the Delta. Anglers enjoy the Delta, because of the good fishing, and the natural beauty of the marsh and cypress and tupelo gum forests. More Information

 

For information about fishing licenses and to order one online, visit the fishing section of OutdoorAlabama.com