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Ala. Bass Trail & Fishhound.com partner

The following is a press release from the Alabama Bass Trail:

DECATUR, Ala., March 8, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Alabama Bass Trail has joined forces with Fishhound.com, the world's largest online fishing community and leading provider of real-time fishing reports, to provide anglers with current fishing and lake information on the 11 premier bass fishing lakes located throughout the state of Alabama.

"Each of Alabama's bass fishing lakes is different. Current water data, such as clarity, temperature and flow, and knowing the optimum time to fish are key for having a successful fishing trip. Fishhound.com has become nationally known for providing real-time fishing reports and we are excited to be able to provide visitors to Alabama's lakes with this type of service," said Kay Donaldson, program director for the Alabama Bass Trail.

As part of the partnership, Fishhound.com will provide the Alabama Bass Trail with up-to-date fishing reports and lake reports for each of the 11 bass fishing lakes from professional anglers, licensed guides, and charter captains who are on the water on a regular basis. "It is our goal to provide anglers and industry professionals with the most accurate information on a timely basis and we look forward to teaming up with the Alabama Bass Trail to help create a memorable fishing experience whether you are a professional or a weekend angler," "said Rick Patri, Vice-President, Operations for Fishhound.com.

The Alabama Bass trail is a program of the Alabama Mountain Lakes Tourist Association. Its mission is to promote Alabama as a year round fishing destination, to preserve natural resources for generations to come, and to educate high school and college aged students to be good stewards of natural resources. The 11 bass fishing lakes consist of Lake Guntersville, Wheeler Lake, Pickwick Lake, Lewis Smith Lake, Neely Henry Lake, Lay Lake, Logan Martin Lake, Lake Jordan, Alabama River, Lake Eufaula, and the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta. For more information, visit www.alabamabasstrail.org.

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