Lake Tombigbee is a 26-acre lake that provides recreational fishing, swimming, and boating to Tribal members and the public. The lake is aggressively managed for channel catfish and largemouth bass through stocking, feeding, and maintaining excellent water quality. The lake boasts an aeration system to provide added oxygen and ensure healthy fish populations. A large forage base including bluegill and threadfin shad have been stocked, and the lake receives annual stockings of channel catfish. Harvest regulations are also set in place through the Fish and Wildlife Department to help keep the fishery in balance.
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