Grab your fishing pole and spend a day with us at Ed Lisenby Lake. This 92-acre award-winning state fishing lake located in a beautiful 390-acre park. Daily Fishing permits are required for all fishermen over the age of 12. Licenses are required for state residents ages 16 - 64 and for non-residents ages 16 and older. For more information on the license prices and requirements, please click on the following link: http://www.outdooralabama.com/licenses/freshwater-fishing.com
The Lake also has a fully stocked Bait Shop offering Boat Rentals, Fishing Permits, Fishing & Hunting Licenses, snacks, drinks, a large assortment of lures and other fishing supplies and live bait.
LIVE BAIT PRICING
(subject to change)
Wigglers, Reds, Greens and Meal Worms: $3.50 ea.
Night Crawlers and Pinks: $3.75
Chicken Livers: $2.50
Minnows: $2.00 dozen
Shiners: $3.75 dozen
container of 25: $1.00
container of 50: $2.00
container of 75: $3.00
container of 100: $3.75
container of 150: $4.75
container of 200: $6.50
PERMIT AND RENTAL RATES:
Fishing Permits - $3.00
Boat Rental - $5.00
Motor Rental - $15.00
Battery Rental - $10.00
Anchor Rental - $2.00
Paddle Rental - $2.00
Cushion Rental - $2.00
Life Vest Rental - $1.00
1 person - $30.00
2 people - $34.00
3 people - $38.00
Packages include fishing permit, boat rental, motor, battery, anchor,paddle and 1 cushion & life vest per person
Largemouth Bass - 14.88 #,
Channel Catfish - 30#,
Bluegill 2.69 #,
Shellcracker - 4.2#
Ozark, Alabama is proud to be the home of Fort Rucker Army Base.
There is a 3.1-mile walking trail at Ed Lisenby Lake. 1 mile of the trail is primitive, while the remaining 2.1 miles are paved. Approximate walking time is one hour. The trail is available year round for your walking/jogging pleasure. Your pets are welcome to walk the trail with you, but they must be on a leash.
SAM DALE PARK
Sam Dale Park, part of the lake complex, has a pavilion, picnic areas, and a memorial to pioneer Sam Dale. The cost to rent the pavilion is $40.00 for the day. Reservations may be made by calling
OZARK COMMUNITY ARCHERY RANGE:
The range is now open to the public - for a full description of the Archery Range and it's rules, please refer to the
Ozark Community Archery Range link.
861 Myrtle Drive
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The Administrative Meeting begins at 5:00 p.m. The Regular Meeting begins immediately thereafter - Open to the Public!
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Join us for the 11th Annual Ozark Crawdad & Music Festival Saturday, April 8th, 2017 from 9:30 am - 4:00 pm on the square in downtown Ozark. Come to experience some great craft vendors, Sonics Hotdog Eating Contest, the Crawdad 5K Color Run for Cancer, g-r-e-a-tfood and amazing music.
FREE admission, just bring a lawn chair and plan to spend the day with us in Ozark.
Ed Lisenby Lake
& Walking Trail
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