Where We’re Testing this Year

Lake Neely Henry + Tributaries

Little Canoe Creek
Big Canoe Creek- 231
Canoe Creek Launch
Big Wills Creek
Mills Pond- Hokes Bluff
Gadsden Riverfront
Lake Gadsden
Rainbow Landing
Ten Islands Park

Logan Martin Lake + Tributaries

Seddon Point
Pell City Lakeside Park
Cropwell Branch
Stemley Bridge Road
Lower Choccolocco
Coldwater Creek
Middle Choccolocco
Lake Shore
Clear Creek Slough
Logan Martin Dam Park

Lay Lake + Tributaries

Lay Lake at Bulley Creek
Shelby Shores
Spring Creek
Lay Dam Boat Ramp

Lake Mitchell, Lake Jordan + Tailwaters

Higgins Ferry Park

Hatchet Creek Park

Weoka Creek Slough


Bonner’s Point

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