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

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Fishing Report
April 17, 2014
Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Jim Glenn reports that catfishing appears to be improving on the lakes, and his boat has begun to catch some good catfish in shallow water while anchored. Teenage-sized fish as well bigger fish have been landed. Night-time shallow water fishing is also starting to come on, and some fish have been caught in this pattern fishing in both lakes recently. Good fish have also been caught drifting in middle depths recently. Largemouth bass: Fair to good. Reports indicate that fish can be found up shallow where they have moved into pre-spawn and spawning locations, but there are also still a number of fish out deeper. Water temperatures have not moved up as much as usual because of inconsistent air temperatures and then the cool freshwater inflow from the rivers. Regardless, the best pattern as more and more fish arrive shallow is to fish around shallow cover including trees, grass and lily pads with soft plastics.
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April 15, 2014
Crappie: Fair. Longtime fishing guide Steve English reports some fish are shallow, but most are around 16 feet or so. The weather is a bit unsettled, but fishing should improve with warmer temps. Once the spawn begins then expect the fish to head to the brushpiles.
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