Coosa River Records

Discussion in 'GEORGIA RIVERS TALK' started by stumpjumper, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. Quick question. Does anyone know an approximate size for the record blue and flathead out of the Coosa? I know that I have heard of at least 30# class flatheads. I have no idea for blues, 30-40#?? I bet there's so jumbo flatheads in there. I never hear of many people fishing specifically for flats there. I mostly hear about the blues being caught.

    Also has anyone even seen the level of the Coosa lately? I have not even taken the time. I assume it is still low for the ramps. Thanks

  2. Sage, that site is great. Thanks!
  3. bumper

    bumper New Member

    Got what you're looking for Marc. The Coosa River records for catfish are; blue-61 lbs. 4.8 oz., channel-19 lbs. 8 oz., and flathead-34lbs. 8 oz. My dad caught the flathead record on May 31 of this year and I netted it for him (too bad it didn't hit one of my poles). It beat the old flattie record by 6 lbs. I'm sure there are bigger flats in there, but channels and blues outnumber flats on the Coosa.
  4. Thanks. I am impressed with the Blue size! That is great about your Dad too, congrats. I had always wondered, but was unable to find the info.-Thanks
  5. bumper

    bumper New Member

    I started a thread about records with some useful info, I hope.