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Lake Tuscaloosa Pictures

Pictures of Lake Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Binion Creek Boat Access
Binion Creek Boat Ramp
managed by the Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division.

Biologists use trap nets to assess the crappie fish population.
Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division biologists collect crappie with a trap net. Information helps them to manage the resource.

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This outlet structure was designed to increase dissolved oxygen and improve water quality for the aquatic organisms downstream.

Lake Tuscaloosa

Sharps Access
Sharps Access on Lake Tuscaloosa.

Lake Nichol
Lake Nichol is located in the City of Tuscaloosa.

Lake Nichol
Lake Nichol is not an access area.

Rock Quarry Access
Rock Quarry Access on Lake Tuscaloosa

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