Lake Mitchell

Lake Mitchell is the second oldest lake on the Coosa, having been completed in 1923. It is also the shortest lake at only 14 miles and the smallest lake at only 5,850 acres with 147 miles of shoreline. The west bank of Lake Mitchell is fairly developed and part of Chilton County. The east bank of Lake Mitchell is fairly undeveloped and part of Coosa County. Major tributaries to Lake Mitchell include Hatchet, Weogufka, Walnut and Yellow Leaf Creeks. Lake Mitchell Home Owner’s and Boat Owner’s Association is a partner group of ours on this lake and we encourage you to join them if you have a place on Lake Mitchell.

Getting to Know the Coosa, A Coosa Homecoming to Lake Mitchell

A Coosa Homecoming by Kristin Trowbridge-Alford It’s been nearly a year since my husband and I temporarily moved our family to Lake Mitchell, taking a reprieve from city life and giving our children an experience we pray they’ll never forget.  We had conjured a plan to sell our home in…

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How to Use Temp Track to Catch Bass

Chuck Graham just won $10,000 at the Alabama Bass Trail Lay Lake stop. Chuck helped us develop the Temp Track program, where dozens of volunteer monitors report water temperatures during the peak fishing season. He uses Temp Track himself to stay in tune with the spring rise in water temperatures…

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