Fishing Club

Come go fishing!

A nice 12 pound bass caught by Sonny

A nice 12 pound bass caught by Sonny Benton in July 2015.


Ever wished you had private access to a beautiful, relaxing fishing location?  Looking to join a small group of fishermen passionate about their craft?  Whether you’re a novice or experienced angler, Pecan Point Farm’s Fishing Club offers this and more.  

Set among eighty-five acres of lush pecan trees, our thirty-acre lake is professionally managed and amply stocked with bream and large-mouthed trophy bass, providing what we believe is one of the most idyllic fishing spots in lower Alabama. Reeling in a seven pound bass isn’t uncommon.  And some of our members have documented catches upwards of eleven pounds. It’s no wonder that several of the guys have been fishing this same lake for more than twenty-five years.   

The Fishing Club is capped at a fifteen people, but space is currently available for a few new members.  Membership is $1100 a year. This covers the cost of aquatic assessments, fertilizing and liming the lake, and providing feed to spawning brim. There are no limits on visits per year. Boats without gasoline motors are permitted (e.g., electric-powered). Shore fishing is also allowed.  

To view a copy Pecan Point Lake’s 2014 management report—courtesy of Midsouth Lake Management in Columbus, GA—click here.   For a copy of the Fishing Club contract, click here - Fishing Club Contract



Donovan Gore shows a beauty!


Interested?  Have questions?  Contact us at (334) 667-6902 or