B.B. Comer Public Boat Landing to close temporarily June 1-30

Northeast Alabama

The B.B. Comer Bridge in Jackson County spans the Tennessee River between Scottsboro and Sand Mountain. A bridge to replace the steel truss bridge is complete between it and the Robert E. “Bob” Jones Bridge, pictured behind it. (Photo by The Huntsville Times)

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SCOTTSBORO,  Ala. — B. B. Comer Public Boat Landing on Lake Guntersville in Jackson County will temporarily close for the demolition of the old Highway 35 Bridge.

It will be closed from June 1 through June 30, 2016. The boat landing will reopen after the demolition is complete.

Other nearby public boat landings that will be open include Scottsboro City Park off Winn Road in Scottsboro and Jackson County Park on County Park Road in Scottsboro.

Anglers and boaters who would like more information about this and other public boating access areas provided by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources can visit boatramps.dcnr.alabama.gov or call the Fisheries Section at 334-242-3471.

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