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Aliceville Lake, Alabama
Dominant features in Aliceville Reservoir include main channel habitat (good for spotted bass) and
shallow backwater areas (good for largemouth bass and bream) containing various aquatic weeds and plants.
Some standing timber at Aliceville Lake, Alabama
Some standing timber was left during impoundment and is popular with anglers.
Hydrilla in Aliceville Reservoir, Alabama (199)
Hydrilla mat at Aliceville Reservoir.

Hydrilla from Aliceville Reservoir, Alabama (2002)
Stalk of hydrilla from Aliceville Reservoir.

Aliceville Lake tailwaters, Alabama Female bank angler at Aliceville Lake, Alabama
Aliceville Lake dam, Alabama Aliceville Lake tailwaters, Alabama
The main channel is spotted bass habitat on Aliceville Lake, Alabama Sloughs on Aliceville Lake are great for largemouth bass and crappie.
Swimming area, Aliceville Lake, Alabama
Additional recreation includes swimming.

Photos by Jerry Moss

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