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Old Lock #1 Boat Ramp and Fishing Access on Tombigbee

County: Clarke

Location

Old Lock Boat Ramp, Tombigbee River

Number of Lanes: 1

Lights: Yes

Courtesy Dock: None

Accessible: Yes

Parking Lot Size: Quarter Acre

Restrooms: Yes

Latitude*: N31o 34' 26"

Longitude*: W88o 01' 57"

Provided in Cooperation With: USACE

State regulations govern the use of this boating and fishing access area.  If you have questions about these boating and fishing access areas, contact the District V Fisheries Supervisor.
*For information only; not for navigation unless checked with individual GPS unit.

Protect Alabama Waters and Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!
As Alabamians, we love to spend time on the water. Protecting these resources is an important part of our overall enjoyment. A concern we must all address is the spreading of harmful plants, animals and other organisms. These aquatic nuisance species can hitch a ride on our clothing, boats, and items used in the water. When we go to another lake or stream, the nuisance species can be released. And, if the conditions are right, these introduced species can become established and create drastic results.

So what can we do? By following simple procedures each time we leave the water, we can stop aquatic hitchhikers.


Simple Procedures

 

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