Upper Flint River Topo Map

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This section of Flint River contains some of the best shoals the river has to offer. Shoal bass and redbreast sunfish are abundant: floating and wading the river for them is a great way to spend a hot summer day. The Flint River arises on the grounds of Atlanta’s Hartsfield International Airport and flows south through western Georgia and Lakes Blackshear and Chehaw before joining with the Chattahoochee River to form the Apalachicola River below Lake Seminole. Shoal bass, sometimes known as “Flint River smallmouths,” are found throughout the river. Shoal bass and redbreast sunfish are the most popular species on this stretch of the Flint River. Channel and flathead catfish are also popular, and largemouth bass and other sunfish species will show up in the creel. The Georgia record shoal bass weighing 8 pounds, 3 ounces, came from the Flint River at Big Lazer Creek. This fish also held the world record until a fish from Florida’s Apalachicola River bested it. Key species: shoal bass, redbreast sunfish, flathead catfish, channel catfish.
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Thomaston, Georgia

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Mar 2018