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SC
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33° 22' 35.0832" N, 80° 7' 13.9584" W

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Fishing Report
February 2, 2015

Santee Cooper System 
Crappie: Fair to good. Crappie are in deep water around 3-42 feet. Best results on the lower lake. Make sure to check electronics to mark fish. With a few warm days fish should be up shallow where they will eat a slow-moving crankbait again soon.

 

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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)
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Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
January 28, 2015

Santee Cooper System 
Striped bass: Fair. Captain Jim Glenn reports that there has been some success on the lower end of Lake Moultrie fishing in or near schools of bait, which will typically be found in 40-60 feet of water. Fishing live bait, jigging spoons and trolling are all effective. 
Bream: Fair. Captain Steve English reports that bluegill remain bunched up around brushpiles and they will still bite. He has been catching bream around the same brush where the crappie are found, usually on the deeper sides. Steve has found that through the winter it is also possible to go out to deep drops in 30-45 feet of water and fish a drop shot rig with a cricket, so the fish never really seem to stop biting. 
 Largemouth bass: Fair. Captain Steve English reports that there continue to be some nice bass caught shallow on spinnerbaits and slow-moving crankbaits, but on the other end of the spectrum his boat recently caught a 9 ½ pound fish on a jigging spoon in 35 feet of water. The cold spell may knock out the shallow bite temporarily, but after a few warm days fish should be up shallow where they will eat a slow-moving crankbait again soon.
 

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