• Lake LU
  • Bass harvest has resumed and that anglers may harvest an unlimited amount of largemouth bass provided that all bass are less than 14 inches in total length.  Only one bass may be greater than 24 inches.  50 bream can be any size.  This limit is per person, per day. 

     

  •  Welcome to Lake LU

    Lake LU, pronounced Lake “El-Yoo”, is a 54-acre lake on the University campus that provides facilities for fishing, boating and picnicking. The Lake was opened in 1976 and is currently managed by Robby Limerick.

    Lake LU has competitive fees for rentals, pavilions and fishing. It’s makes a great location for a family reunion, a romantic outing or a Saturday picnic with the family. Reserve your pavilion today if you are planning a larger event.

    Make sure you are familiar with the lake hours, regulations and fees. We provide a topographical map, fishing statistics and current weather information to make your fishing trip planning a little easier. 
      

    Click here for the fishing forecast for Lake LU


    UWA students, faculty and staff and one guest admitted free on UWA ID card. Additional rules apply.


    Alabama residents age 16 through 64 must have a valid Alabama resident fishing license.
    All Alabama residents age 65 and older have no license requirements but must show ID.
    All non-residents age 16 and older must have a valid Alabama non-resident fishing license.


     

  • Lake LU Contact Information

     Robby Limerick
    Lake Manager
    UWA Station 30
    Livingston, AL 35470
    205.652.9266
    email: lrr@uwa.edu