A ceremony was held this morning to mark the opening of two public ramps on Richland Creek.
The two ramps will open Richland Creek up to people who would like to bring their boats to fish. The new developed access areas will also include designated parking areas near the creek.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency says the area has a good population of bass, redeye, and catfish. They also remind everyone that while the ramps are open for public use, the property adjacent to the creek is private.
The two ramps are located six miles apart, below the Highway 64 bridge, just west of Pulaski, and downstream on Vales Mill Road.