COOSA River

Posted on June 25th, 2021 by David Stancil

Coosa River Crappie Report the bite is slow because they are in there summer pattern.Fish with minnows on structure in the mouth of creek channels and on the river and fish the inside bend you will still catch summer time crappie.

Coosa River

Posted on February 19th, 2021 by David Stancil

Fishing is still slow due to the crazy weather and muddy water looks like this year March and April will be good this year.

Posted on January 23rd, 2021 by David Stancil

Fishing on the Coosa Lakes and Wedowee is real slow longline trolling some fish are being caught with a cork and jig in deep water and around docks the trolling should pick up soon the fish seem to be a month behind .

coosa river

Posted on December 26th, 2020 by David Stancil

Fishing has been real slow but longline trolling is starting to pickup and soon it will be real good it has been a crazy year 2021 should be good.

Winter Fishing on Coosa River Lakes

Posted on January 14th, 2020 by David Stancil

Fishing is up and down with the lakes muddy due to the rain ,longline trolling is picking up with the water temp 53 degrees fish are suspended 15 feet depth over deep water.

Coosa River Lakes

Posted on October 21st, 2019 by David Stancil

Water temp has dropped into to low 70s and the fishing is starting to pick up but the fish are still on cover in 12 to 14 ft with minnows and they are starting to pile up on docks.

Coosa river lakes

Posted on October 10th, 2019 by David Stancil

The crappie bite is getting better water temp is 80 degrees went yesterday checking the lake and caught 26 good fish in 5 hrs with minnows in 12 to 16 ft. on structure tight to cover.

Coosa River

Posted on September 18th, 2019 by David Stancil

Fishing is still real slow due to heat and water temp using minnows is a way to catch a few,the weather needs to cool down before it gets better.

May 24 ,2019

Posted on May 24th, 2019 by David Stancil

Water temp on coosa is 87 degrees the crappie have moved to the river channels on structure the bite is slow but using minnows will catch some from daylight to around 11:00 before sun gets up.

coosa lakes – April 21,2019

Posted on April 14th, 2019 by David Stancil

The spawn is just about over a few is left but most now are headed to cover and longline trolling is over and you have to spider rig on the cover and now it is summer pattern fishing.