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parking area off County Road 1651. Boat access to the reservoir is lim- ited to craft equipped with 25 horse- power motors or smaller, a regulation Striker notes keeps the lake quieter and more peaceful compare to other area lakes that allow larger boats and other water craft. “It’s a good place to go and escape,” Striker said. “To just relax and fish and have fun. I don’t know if I ever want to go to another lake to fish, to be hon- est.” Even without a boat, the reservoir offers fishing opportunities along its banks, and its peaceful atmosphere makes for a nice time even if the fish aren’t biting, said local fisherman Richard Rice, who recently visited the reservoir for the first time on a quiet morning. “It’s one of those days where I don’t care if I catch anything or not,” Rice said. “It’s just nice being here.” C The well-stocked waters of the reservoir attract a steady stream of fishermen. TYLER HANES Book a Tour Today Voted Best BBQ 21 Years In A Row by Cullman Times Readers Awarded Best of the Best BBQ in America by National BBQ News JOHNNYSBARBQ.COM 1401 4th St SW, Cullman AL Tue-Sat 10am-9pm • Closed Sun & Mon ( 256 ) 734-8539 Southern GHOST GIRLS BBQ PORK & CHICKEN • BBQ RIBS FRESH CATFISH • BBQ BAKED POTATOES ! d a o R On The ’S JOHNNY Specializing in historical haunted tours, ghost walks and interactive investigations where you get to use the team’s equipment. Investigate the paranormal with founder Lesley Ann. 205-305-5098 Book your group, private party or special event tour on our website See our website calendar for our upcoming group tours. 38 Cullman magazine | SUMMER 2019 207766-1 Q BAR-B - COOKING ON SITE FOR YOUR EVENT! 256-339-1408 - or - 256-339-1106 Cullman, Alabama CATERING & DELIVERY FAMILY DINING • CALL IN PICK UP WINDOWS 238507-