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SC
United States
34° 2' 60" N, 81° 15' 36" W

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Fishing Report
December 11, 2014

Lake Murray:

  • Largemouth bass: Slow. Bass fishing is still slow and fishing activity has been relatively light. Tossing buzzbaits first thing was the best way to target fish. During the day throwing Carolina rigs off points in 15-20 feet of water has been the best pattern.
  • Crappie: Fair. From the mid-lake on up crappie are biting pretty well around brush in 5-15 feet of water. Both minnows and jigs will catch fish.
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Fishing Report Provided by South Carolina Department of Natural Resources - South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
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Fishing Report
December 8, 2014

Lake Murray:  Bream: Good. Lake World reports that the shellcracker bite remains very strong, both for sizes and numbers of fish. Concentrate in 4-10 feet of water and fish worms on the bottom.Striped bass: Good. Lake World reports that striper continue to school all over the lake, and looking for schooling activity is the best way to catch keeper-sized fish. Schooling can take places in coves or out in open water, and it can happen all day long. Some days the best schooling activity has been mid-afternoon. There is also some down-line fishing as deep as about 30 feet, and with cooling water temperatures and fish moving shallower free-lining is also becoming more productive.

 

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