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AWFF Boat Ramps and Fishing Access

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AWFF* Boat Ramps and Fishing Access in Lake Weiss


Boat Ramp Name



General Location

Boat Ramp Lanes



Lights


Courtesy Docks


Parking Lot Size


Rest-
rooms


Access-
ible

Cedar Bluff**

Coosa River at AL Hwy. 68/9

2

1

One Stationary and One Floating

81 Trailers; Two Acres

No

Yes

Chattooga Bridge

Chattooga River, AL Hwy. 68

1

0

One Floating

35 Trailers; Eight Acres

No

Yes

East Diversion

East of Leesburg, North of U.S. 411

1

0

None

Half Acre

No

No

Leesburg Ramp

Leesburg Park, South of U.S. 411

2

1

One Stationary and Two Floating

32 Trailers; One Acre

Yes

Yes

Mud Creek

Mud Creek, North of U.S. 411

1

0

None

60 Trailers; One Acre

No

No

*AWFF is the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division
**Colored and underlined text indicates a hyperlink with a page devoted to this boat access area.

Sport Fish Restoration program funds come from the excise taxes on fishing equipment, fish finders, motorboat fuels, and small engine fuels. A minimum of 15% of these funds is allocated to the maintenance of existing ramps and the construction of new ramps.

Sport Fish Restoration

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