Alabama and Tennessee Lakes Updated with Fish Attractors

Alabama and Tennessee Lakes Updated with Fish Attractors

As part of our ongoing product enhancement efforts, we have recently added hundreds of fish attractors to lakes in Alabama and Tennessee. These are in addition to approximately 2,000 fish attractors added to Kansas, South Carolina, Texas and Kentucky lakes earlier this year. The location of each is marked with a fish symbol and visible in both Nautical Chart and SonarChart™. Many of these fish habitats are constructed of brush piles, PVC cane trees and stake beds.

In Alabama, 260 fish attractors were added to 25 lakes: Cedar, Chambers County, Clay County, Dallas County, Dekalb County, Escambia County, Fayette County, Holt, Jordan, Lamar County, Lee County, Lewis Smith, Little Bear, Logan Martin, Madison County, Marion County, Mitchell, Martin, Neely Henry, Upper Bear, Walker County, Eufaula, Washington County, Weiss, and West Point.

In Tennessee, 216 fish attractors were added to 6 lakes: Center Hill Lake, Chickamauga, Cordell Hull, Kentucky Lake, Nickajack and Watts Bar.

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