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Alabama Reciprocal Agreement

Pickwick Lake
The reciprocal agreement between MS and AL states that the sport fishing licenses of EITHER Alabama or Mississippi will be recognized in "All that part of the Tennessee River and its embayments and impoundments between the junction of the Tennessee-Alabama-Mississippi line and a north-south line projected across the Tennessee River from the eastern end of the Old Riverton Lock (mile marker 226.6), EXCEPT and exclusive of that part of the Bear Creek embayment lying south of the Southern Railway bridge. (Signed Sept. 1960)

Aliceville Lake - 40 Mississippi Administrative Code Part 4 Rule 3.1
The Mississippi Department of Wildlife Conservation has signed a Reciprocal Agreement with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources concerning sport fishing on Aliceville Lake in Noxubee and Lowndes Counties, Mississippi. Said agreement states that the sport fishing licenses of either Alabama or Mississippi will be recognized in "all that part of the Tombigbee River, its embayment and impoundments, from River Mile 322 to the Aliceville Lock and Dam". Effective November 15, 1987.

 

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