Fish Guide publishes the 2021 Creel Survey Report about Coosa River anglers


And 44% of anglers did not know that eating contaminated fish could negatively impact their health.


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Creel Survey responses gathered from Coosa Anglers from 2020-2021.


were previously unaware of fish consumption advisories


did not prevously know eating contaminated fish could impact health

We believe you shouldn't have to fish for information that impacts your health.

Regardless of how you fish, we work to provide information so you can enjoy dropping your line in the Coosa. 

Fishing for more information?

Learn more about Coosa Riverkeeper’s Fish Guide program!

– Fish Consumption Advisory Hotline Information

– Spawning, dissolved oxygen, and fishing tips and tricks

– Cooking tips and recipes

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