Location

SC
United States
33° 45' 36" N, 82° 14' 24" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

Crappie: Good. Captain William Sasser (864-333-2000) reports that crappie have pulled up out of their winter-time haunts and started to make their way toward the banks. Fish can be found in the backs of coves in 8-10 feet of water, and they are making early preparations for the spawning period. Pulling jigs and throwing corks with minnows or little jigs have both been working. The best fishing has been in the mid-lake around Plum Branch, Thunderbird, and the South Carolina Little River.

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

Crappie: Fair to good. Captain William Sasser reports that he has not been spending much time targeting crappie, but the fish are still stacked up along the river channel in the same pattern that they have been in. Fish minnows 10 feet down over brush in 15-25 feet of water. 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F
  • Bream: Good. It’s a great time to catch them in 6-8 feet of water with a Louisiana pink worm on a #6 hook and a #7 split shot. Shellcracker spawn somewhat randomly but you can look for them adjacent to blow-throughs, in the backs of coves or along the river channel where there is a sandy bank.
  • Black bass: Fair. Fish are moving into a summer pattern. There is sporadic topwater activity off points, particularly early in the morning, and flukes and Spooks will catch some fish if you happen upon the right point at the right time. However, most fish are moving out to offshore humps that may rise to 12-18 feet of surface but are surrounded by deeper water. Mop Jigs or mini Mop Jigs, Carolina rigs and big plastic worms are the best bets for getting bit. 

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