Escambia County Fishing Streams

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Streams in Escambia County

Place USGS Topo Map
Alligator Creek Barrineau Park
Bay Branch Barrineau Park
Bayou Marcus West Pensacola
Bayou Texar Pensacola
Beaver Creek Pace
Beaverdam Creek Bratt
Bellshead Branch West Pensacola
Big Branch Molino
Big Escambia Creek Jay
Big Rock Creek Cantonment
Black Branch McDavid
Black Lake Lillian
Blue Water Creek McDavid
Boggy Creek Barrineau Park
Bowman Creek Barrineau Park
Breastworks Branch Bratt
Bridge Creek Lillian
Brushy Creek Enon
Buckeye Branch Enon
Campbell Creek Century
Canoe Creek McDavid
Carpenter Creek Pensacola
Churchhouse Branch Barrineau Park
Clear Creek Pace
Cotton Creek McDavid
Cowdevil Creek Barrineau Park
Cowhide Creek Barrineau Park
Dry Creek Molino
Eagle Nest Pace
Eightmile Creek West Pensacola
Elevenmile Creek Lillian
Escambia River Pace
Ferry Pass Bayou Pace
Fletcher Creek McDavid
Freeman Springs Branch Enon
Governors Bayou Pace
Graveyard Branch Pace
Gully Branch McDavid
Hall Branch Bratt
Helverson Creek Enon
Hobbs Branch Bratt
Holland Branch Bratt
Hubbard Creek Walnut Hill
Hurst Branch West Pensacola
Jacks Branch Barrineau Park
Jackson Springs Branch Enon
Little Escambia Creek Jay
Little Pine Barren Creek Bay Springs
McDade Creek Bay Springs
McDavid Creek Barrineau Park
Mill Creek Century
Mitchell Creek McDavid
Morgan Branch McDavid
Narrow Gap Branch Enon
Penasula Creek Barrineau Park
Perdido River Lillian
Pine Barren Creek Molino
Pond Branch Barrineau Park
Pretty Branch Molino
Pritchell Mill Branch Century
Reedy Branch Enon
Reedy Branch Walnut Hill
Reedy Creek Century
Rocky Branch Molino
Rocky Branch Walnut Hill
Rocky Creek Walnut Hill
Sabine Inlet Gulf Breeze
Schoolhouse Branch Enon
Shinney Creek Pace
Snake Bayou Pace
Still Branch Barrineau Park
Thompson Bayou Pace
Turners Creek West Pensacola
West Fork Boggy Creek Enon
Wiggins Branch Century
Wilder Branch Molino
Williams Creek Molino

Above is a map and a list of the streams in Escambia County, . Many of these spots are open to public fishing. If you see a stream name that is duplicated within Escambia County, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topo map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.