My latest release at Alabama Outdoor News-
Just across the state line, an hour southeast of Dothan is a lake that may well be worth the drive for Alabama anglers to experience. Aptly named after the original inhabitants of the area, Lake Seminole is a three-fingered maze of standing timber and aquatic vegetation made at the joining of the Flint River, the Chattahoochee River and Spring Creek.
True channels wind in and out of the woods and cut paths marked by green and red indicators. It’s a minefield teeming with alligators and anglers throughout most of the year but was desolate of a soul — reptilian or human — as we set out on a blisteringly cold day in December.> see more at aonmag.com.