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Scottsboro East of the River

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AWFF* Boat Ramps and Fishing Access just East of the City of Scottsboro

Boat Ramp Name


General Location

Boat Ramp Lanes

Security Lights


Docks

Park Lot Size

Rest-
rooms

Access-
ible

Comer Bridge 

AL Hwy. 35 north through Section; access on left before the Tennessee River at Co. Rd. 67

1

Yes

One
Stationary

30 Trailers; Three-Quarter Acre

No

Yes

Langston Road 

AL Hwy. 35 north through Section; left on Co. Rd. 67 travel approx. 4 miles; access point on right

1

No

One
Stationary

16 Trailers; Half Acre

No

No

South Sauty Creek

From Guntersville, AL Hwy. 227 north; left on Co. Rd. 67; travel approx. 8 miles; cross over South Sauty Creek; access point on right

1

No

One  Stationary

5  Trailers; Quarter Acre

No

No

The Department has specific regulations about the use of these boating and fishing access areas.  If you have questions about these boating and fishing access areas, contact the District I Fisheries Supervisor

*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 are allocated to the maintenance of existing ramps and the construction of new ramps.

Sport Fish Restoration

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