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Paddlers growing in numbers

Kayaking Logan Martin Lake

Kayaking and canoeing along the Coosa River’s Logan Martin leg of the Alabama Scenic River Trail are growing in popularity. There’s nothing quite like seeing the waters and shorelines up close while paddling the river and lake. Campsites have been established along the way. For a list of campsites, amenities and locations, go to www.alabamascenicrivertrail.com/pages/?pageID=35. […]

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Join us at Lakeside Park

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Please consider joining the Council of the Arts for their 6th annual festival at Lakeside Park in Pell City, Alabama. Sign up before September 13 for only $35. Please write code ASF/JE on your application for your discount. All information is on the Council of The Arts website at www.councilofthearts.org. Hope to see you there! […]

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Barn owls make home on pier

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Hagan, the last of the barn owls to leave their roost in July, flew the coop from an unlikely perch — the rafters of a covered pier on Pell City’s Logan Martin Lake. He, his brothers and mother took up residence some weeks earlier. The mother first, of course, and brothers coming along later, hatching […]

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‘The Rocks’ rock in summer

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The “rocks” have always marked the spot on Logan Martin Lake of a favorite swimming hole because of the depth of the water around the shoreline formation. But the rocks are also a source of fun for the adventurous at heart with swimmers trying their skills at jumping off the rocks and into the water […]

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Catfish Noodling on Logan Martin

Stephan Goin (left) and Brandon Roe nab a big one on Logan Martin.

Noodling: noun 1. Fishing for catfish using only bare hands, practiced primarily in the southern United States. The noodler places his hand inside a discovered catfish hole. — Wikipedia 2. A form of fishing in which someone runs into a lake and searches for holes on the bottom with his foot. Then he inserts his […]

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