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Lake Jackson is considered one of the cleanest and clearest bodies of water in the state. The lake supports fishing, boating, swimming, and water-skiing. A boat launch and piers provide access to the water for fishermen hoping to land that big bass.

Lake Jackson is considered one of the cleanest and clearest bodies of water in the state.

Early morning view of lake at Florala State Park

For information about fishing licenses and to order one online, visit the fishing section of OutdoorAlabama.com