Was in Florence last week and again noted the large "islands" of milfoil floating around all sides of Koger Island as well as along the bank in huge swaths on the Lauderdale county side. Went to Google Earth and this stuff appears to have infested Pickwick Lake from Seven Mile Island all the way down (~55 miles) to Stateline Island, much as it looked back in the mid 1960's. Wilson Lake images also showed evidence of it around Town Creek and then upstream on Wheeler Lake something similar was found in the Round Island and Swan Creek WMA locations and in the "shooting gallery" (Harris-Sweetwater Dewatering Area) where the permanent blind drawing is held. Have they discontinued the annual draining of this place and the subsequent row crop plantings? Looks like the milfoil migrated downstream to these areas from Guntersville Lake.