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SC
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34° 12' 36" N, 81° 57' 0" W

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January 28, 2015

Lake Greenwood: 
Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that drifting with cut herring and shad is the best way to put channel cats in the boat right now. Day in and day out drifting across and parallel to the river channel is the most productive area, although some days anglers might find the best action off the main lake at the mouth or in the backs of feeder creeks, and some days you mind find the fish scattered across flats. Catfish move a lot with the baitfish, but there almost always seem to be some catchable fish in or near the river channel.

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Fishing Report
December 11, 2014

Lake Greenwood: (unchanged from Nov. 27)

  • Catfish: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the Lake Greenwood catfish bite is pretty strong. For numbers of channel catfish drifting across main lake flats with shrimp, cut herring and cut shad in 15-20 feet is the best bet. As water temperatures continue to cool more and more fish will orient to the channel ledges. If you are hoping to catch a big flathead then anchoring on the edges of the river channel and using live bream or white perch is working pretty well.
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