The Conasaugua and Coosawatee Rivers join to form the Oostanula River. The Oostanula River and Etowa Rivers join to form the Coosa River. The Coosa River flows through Rome, Georgia, then feeds Lake Weiss on the western border of Georgia. If you know anything about these river drainages, you can imagine the fishing in Lake Weiss is nothing short of awesome. And the large shallow flats and huge stump fields make this lake just plain fun to fish.
This is a “middle of nowhere” lake that draws anglers from all over the surrounding area. Weiss is a legendary crappie lake, and some say it is one of the best crappie fishing lakes in the country. But the healthy population of largemouth alone make the lake well worth the drive, and one of the best tournament anglers on Weiss is my partner guide, Bill Payne.
Bill grew up fishing this lake, and has won countless tournaments there. He knows this water as well as anybody, and I can put you in the boat with him.---just send a booking request and mention Bill Payne and Lake Weiss. I’ll have him get in touch with you.