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Access Type:
Boat Ramp
Latitude:
31.505521310315242
Longitude:
-87.9131438612518
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
Lake
Species:
  • bass largemouth
  • catfish
  • gar
  • other
  • panfish
  • perch
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
No
Difficulty:
Easy
Small lake off the Tombigbee River managed by the city of Jackson. It is the sister lake to Parker Lake. The lakes used to connect but sediment from the Tombigbee River has closed the connection. Water levels in the lake are controlled by the Tombigbee River. The gate opens at 6:00 a.m. and closes at dusk. There is a campground on the property. The ramp is at the back of the campground. Boats with outboard motors are not allowed.
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