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Outdoor Alabama News

State Public Fishing Lakes Are Open

Reminder That Alabama’s Red Snapper Season Opens May 27  

Governor Ivey Supports the State Parks Amendment

Black Belt's Hunting and Fishing Impact Celebrated

A storied history, rich culture and fertile soil are not the only features of the Alabama Black Belt to be celebrated. The Black Belt is also an important economic driver in our state’s outdoor recreation industry. In fact, outdoor recreation in the Black Belt accounts for one-third of those economic benefits for the entire state. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey visited one of the Black Belt’s famous hunting lodges to highlight what the area means to the state. Governor Ivey joined Conservation Commissioner Chris Blankenship, Cade Warner of Westervelt Company and Don Wood, owner of…