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34° 12' 36" N, 81° 57' 0" W

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Fishing Report
August 25, 2014
Largemouth Bass: Slow to fair. Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that fishing has gotten pretty tough on Lake Greenwood, including the deep bite which is not as good as it was a few weeks ago. The best pattern may be fishing shallow early in the morning around bream beds and with topwater lures/ floating worms around the sea walls. Later in the day try fishing worms around brushpiles or flipping docks.
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Fishing Report Provided by South Carolina Department of Natural Resources - South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:81-90 F | Clarity: Stained
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
August 15, 2014
White Perch: Good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that perch are balled up in large schools in most every major creek and large cove on the lake. Start out searching in 18-20 feet of water and look for a large ball on your graph; some days they may be as shallow as 5-10 feet of water and other days they may be deeper. Shallower schools may be more difficult to spot on a graph, so casting a Sabiki rig can be the best way to locate them. Chris notes that often you can draw the school to the boat and by continuing to drop baits down keep them nearby. Try worms on the Sabiki rig to get the bite going, but once you get the fish eating you can try pieces of cut bait which you will not have to re-bait as often. Catfish: Fair. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the Lake Greenwood catfish bite has slowed a little from its pace earlier in the summer, but the pattern remains essentially the same. Anchor on points and humps and fan-cast to depths from 2-20 feet of water, and be prepared to move after 30-45 minutes if there is no action. Dip baits and shrimp are working best for numbers of fish, but cut herring, bream and shad are catching lower numbers but often a little better quality fish. For flatheads anchor on points and humps in 5-15 feet of water that have cover and fish live bait. Early, late and of course at night are the best times.
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