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33° 45' 36" N, 82° 14' 24" W

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April 17, 2014
Crappie: Fair to good. Captain William Sasser reports that crappie continue to spawn on Clarks Hill, although the dip in temperatures a few days ago knocked some of them back a bit. Since not all of the fish spawn at once some of the fish are still pre-spawn. For spawning fish look from around the banks out to 6-8 feet of water. For pre-spawn fish look for them to be holding around trees at the mouths of coves in approximately 20 feet of water. Green and black jigs as well as minnows are working well right now.
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April 15, 2014
Black bass: Good. Buckeye Lures in Augusta reports that most fish are up very shallow in less than 5 feet of water, with the majority of fish pre-spawn. Because the water is high and dirty there may already be some fish on beds, but they will be very difficult to see this spring. On the next full moon a major spawning wave is expected. Right now fish are being caught on Alabama rigs, JWill Swimbait heads, spinnerbaits, lizards and assorted soft plastics. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good. Captain William Sasser reports that lots of striper, including some nice fish up to 28 pounds, are being caught pulling free-lined live herring across points – particularly main lake points on the lower end of the lake. The morning has been particularly strong and fish have been up quite shallow. Hybrids can be found on the bottom in approximately 20-28 feet of water where they will take down-lined herring. The best action has been on the lower part of the lake around the dam.
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