The Comite River is a right bank tributary of the Amite River, with a confluence near the city of Denham Springs, east of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The river is 56.1 miles (90.3 km) long. Its drainage basin comprises approximately 348 square miles (900 km2) and includes portions of Wilkinson and Amite counties in Mississippi, and East Feliciana and East Baton Rouge parishes in Louisiana. The river's source lies in the hills of the East and West Feliciana parishes, and it empties into the Amite River just north of U.S. Route 190 (Florida Blvd) near the eastern boundary of Baton Rouge. Source: Wikipedia
Maximum discharge on the river today is recorded at the Comite River Near Comite with a streamflow rate of 5,110 cfs. This is also the deepest point on the Comite River, reporting a gauge stage of 17.81 ft. This river is monitored from 2 different streamgauging stations along the Comite River, the first of which is perched at an elevation of 115 ft, the Comite River Near Olive Branch .