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State Issue Advisories On Eating Lake And River Fish
The Alabama Department of Public Health has issued its annual fish consumption advisories based on tests conducted on 36 bodies of waters across the state.

The listing below does not specifically show where on the body of water the tests were conducted, nor does it explain if the advisory is a no consumption advisory or a limited consumption advisory. That information can be found at www.alabamapublichealth.gov. Here are the ADPH findings:

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Willow Flies In July On The Tennessee River
The phenomenon recurs every year.

Swarms of willow flies by the millions make their appearance along the Tennessee River, clouds of bugs that blacken the sky just before dusk and attract droves of fish when they first hatch. Better...

AON's Tracking Dogs & Deer Coolers Lists
Here's AON's 2017 Dial-a-Tracking Dog and Deer Coolers lists. Some folks have dropped off the lists this year, but there are some new faces, as well. If you have a deer down, these lists should provide everything you need to find it and get it to a cooler for storage or processing.

To add a dog or processor to either list, call AON at (800) 438-4663.
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