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For All You Fishing Enthusiast Local Fishing Report
LAKE HARTWELL IS FULL, CLEAR & UPPER 70’S
Bass are up early and late and a Stanley buzz baits with silver blades and a white skirt up and down lake will work. On river points, use a bright Mann’s Deep crank bait in shad colors down lake on points. The Alabama rig with small Zoom fluke pear trailers is working also. Up the rivers, go to the Bomber 7A in all hite or fire tiger on the banks. Small spinner baits with willow leaf blades have been fair early and late. Cast the floating worms half way in the creeks and the off river coves. Zoom u tail worms in gourd green or natural blue on a Texas rig is fair, but fish them very slowly. Night fishing is slow, but a big red worm on a Texas rig can draw a few strikes on bridges and docks around lights.
Lake Jocassee water levels are at 96.9% of full pool. Bass: Good. Jocassee Outdoor Center (864-944-9016) reports that bass fishing remains strong, and while the spawning season is mostly finished good numbers of bass can still be caught up pretty shallow. The spotted and smallmouth bass bite has been particularly good, with fish being caught around shoreline cover including trees and brush. Soft plastics as ... Read more ›
LAKE RUSSELL IS FULL, CLEAR & UPPER 70’S
Bass fishing is good. A lot of post spawn bass are being caught right now as they continue to feed heavily. The top water bite is still really good and jerk baits remain a good follow up bait along with flukes. Main lake points and secondary points continue to produce good size bass, but don't forget to fish the sides of these points as well. The Carolina rig is another good method that has been very productive this past week. Don't spend too much time in one area as anglers are having to move about the lake to catch a good limit. No more than two good keepers are coming from one point or area, so keep this in mind while fishing.
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