April 2010 Outdoor Alabama Magazine
Photo by Deanna Andrepont
Each spring DeSoto State Park puts on a show of blooming wildflowers, shrubs and trees. It’s the perfect time to visit this northeast Alabama showcase for waterfalls and wildflowers.
By Ken Thomas and Brittany Hughes
Experienced pier angler John Giannini gives some tips on what kind of bait and tackle work best when fishing from the Gulf State Park pier.
By David Rainer
Managing Turkey Habitat
Although many management practices benefit both deer and turkey, land managers should be aware of some specific things they can do to improve wild turkey habitat.
By Steven W. Barnett
The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is raising smallmouth bass to reestablish populations of this fish in several southern tributaries of the Tennessee River.
By Shane Bland
Mounting a Turkey Cape in 10 Easy Steps
It’s simple, affordable and can yield a stunning wall mount. Learn to mount your own turkey cape.
By Marisa Lee
Bright Future for Coffee County Lake
A new partnership with the city of Elba is improving the fishing experience at southeast Alabama’s Coffee County Lake.
By Ken Weathers
Don’t Be a Boat Ramp Hog
A little common courtesy goes a long way when using boat ramps. Here are a few tips to make your next launch go smoothly.
By David Rainer
Scottish Invasion at Lake Guntersville State Park
A newlywed couple chooses Lake Guntersville as a stop on their honeymoon trip and is impressed with its natural beauty as well as the park accommodations.
By Kenny Johnson
Oak Mountain State Park
By Ericha Nix