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Central Alabama Lakes:
Like a diamond that is deep, clear and blue, Lewis Smith Lake is one of Alabamas treasures. Located in Walker, Winston and Cullman counties, this 21,200-acre lake is different than most other Alabama reservoirs.
Logan Martin Reservoir is located in east-central Alabama on the Coosa River, approximately 30 miles east of Birmingham (the lake borders St. Clair and Talladega counties). The reservoir extends 48.5 miles from the dam upstream to Neely Henry dam and contains 15,263 acres.
Lay Lake is a 12,000-acre reservoir located thirty-five minutes south of Birmingham off I-65 and fifteen miles south of Columbiana in east-central Alabama. Lay Lake borders St. Clair, Talladega, Shelby, Coosa, and Chilton Counties. The primary uses for this reservoir are hydroelectric generation and recreation. Lay Lake is popular for tournament fishing and boating recreation. Seven public access areas offer bank and boat access to the lake.
Alabama Public Lakes and Reservoirs:
The Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, manages 23 public lakes in 20 counties throughout the State. These lakes range in size from 13 to 184 acres for a total of 1,912 surface acres. Since the program was initiated in the late 1940s, its purpose has remained unchanged: provide quality fishing at an affordable price in areas of Alabama that lack sufficient natural waters to meet the needs of the public.
Alabama State Owned and Operated Alabama Reservoir and Fishing Management
The Alabama Reservoir Management Program was established in 1986 with the objective of collecting baseline information on the fish populations of all public reservoirs larger than 500 acres. This information is used to develop management plans for each reservoir, intended to improve fish population structure and fishing quality. Alabamas Reservoir Management Program monitors 42 reservoirs totaling more than a half million acres.