A 400,000 dollar renovation, 3 years in the making, will begin this fall at the Goose Pond Colony Resort in Scottsboro.
"It gets jammed up right now," said Captain Shane Mcallister.
Captain Shane Mcallister has been fishing on these waters for decades and says on a busy day there's just not enough space to dock.
"You've got 200 boats and everybody trying to get in the water," Mcallister.
Lyle Sosebee with Goose Pond Colony Resort says that's exactly what they plan to change.
They are widening their current boat ramp, adding more ramps, and increasing parking.
"This is a ramp so our objective is for people to be able to load and unload quicker than they can now," Sosebee.
Right now this ramp is set to expand to 8 lanes, 15 ft wide down this bank. They also plan to make it more handicap accessible.
"We're going to make it where they can come out on a flat surface and step into the boat instead of climbing up into the boat," Sosebee.
A change Mcallister says will make his volunteer work much easier when he helps paralyzed veterans during fishing tournaments.
"A huge improvement to people getting in and less trouble," said Mcallister.
The plan also includes also adding a new vendor and pavilion area. The project is set to be finished by march next year and a resort official told WAAY31 there are many more projects to come.