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SC
United States
34° 12' 36" N, 81° 57' 0" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

Bass: Good. Veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter reports that the bass fishing has been strong on Lake Greenwood – especially for considering water and 100 degree air temperatures. First thing in the morning it’s worth looking up shallow around docks and seawall and throwing frogs and poppers, but anglers might want to be careful not to let the pursuit of shallow fish keep them from finding the best bite on the lake. Big groups of fish are hanging around main lake points and humps in 15-18 feet of water, and this structure is even better if it has some cover on it such as deep brush. Big worms and crankbaits have been hard to beat and anglers fishing the right areas have been able to pretty consistently put solid numbers. 

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

Bass: Good. Veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter reports that the bass fishing has been strong on Lake Greenwood – especially for considering water and 100 degree air temperatures. First thing in the morning it’s worth looking up shallow around docks and seawall and throwing frogs and poppers, but anglers might want to be careful not to let the pursuit of shallow fish keep them from finding the best bite on the lake. Big groups of fish are hanging around main lake points and humps in 15-18 feet of water, and this structure is even better if it has some cover on it such as deep brush. Big worms and crankbaits have been hard to beat and anglers fishing the right areas have been able to pretty consistently put solid numbers. 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F
  • Largemouth Bass: Fair. Fishing can be a little tough during the day on Lake Greenwood, but in the morning there is a pretty decent bite. A good pattern is to run the banks first thing in the morning with a Pop-R or a floating worm and look for bass which are keying on bream beds. Main lake pockets, creek pockets and sea walls are good places to try early. Later in the day fish are moving deep, and the best pattern is to fish big worms and crankbaits around deep points – especially ones with cover. There is also some topwater schooling activity where fish are coming up over deep points and humps. The fish are often around brushpiles and moving up to take bait, and casting topwater plugs such as walking baits is a good way to target them.

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