Sipsey Fork of the Black Warrior River

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This article is about the fork of the Black Warrior River. For the tributary of the Tombigbee, see Sipsey River.
Sipsey Fork
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Sipsey Fork within the Black Warrior Basin
Country United States
Basin features
Main source 34°19′21″N 87°28′20″W / 34.32259°N 87.47224°W / 34.32259; -87.47224
River mouth 33°48′56″N 87°03′26″W / 33.81566°N 87.05722°W / 33.81566; -87.05722Coordinates: 33°48′56″N 87°03′26″W / 33.81566°N 87.05722°W / 33.81566; -87.05722
River system Mobile-Tensaw
Physical characteristics
Length 71-mile-long (114 km)

The Sipsey Fork of the Black Warrior River is a 71-mile-long (114 km)[1] river located in Alabama, USA, and is formed by the junction of Thompson and Hubbard creeks in the Sipsey Wilderness of Bankhead National Forest. The Sipsey Fork discharges into the Mulberry Fork.[2] The Sipsey Fork below Smith Lake is one of the few places within the state to catch rainbow trout.

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