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AHQ INSIDER Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated November 16

-- November 17 Clarks Hill water levels are at 321.28 (full pool is 330.00) and water temperatures are in the low to mid-60s. Bass are scattered on Clarks Hill, but tournament angler Bruce Kastner of Simpsonville reports that the bite is pretty good.  With fish spread out covering lots of water has been critical, and Bruce didn’t find more than one fish in any spot.  Fish seem to be off the main lake, but n ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Jocassee (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated November 16

-- November 16 Lake Jocassee is at 89.0% of full pool, and water temperatures are around 66 degrees.  Clarity is very high. This late fall bass fishing on Lake Jocassee has gotten really good, and veteran angler Charles Townson of the Keowee Anglers reports that nice bags have been weighed in at recent tournaments.  Charles is finding the best action a little deeper at 40-60 feet, and the best locations for ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Murray (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated November 10

-- November 10 Lake Murray water levels are down to 354.72 (full pool is 360.00), and water temperatures are in the mid-60s. In striped bass news, Captain Brad Taylor (803-331-1354) reports that despite moderate water temperatures fish have really worked their way up the river where a lot of the better fish can now be found – in addition to the back part of creeks all over the lake.  There is some schooling ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Monticello (SC) Fall 2017 Fishing Report – Updated November 10

-- November 10 Lake Monticello water temperatures have dropped into the mid-60s.  Lake levels generally fluctuate daily. In catfish news, Captain William Attaway (803-924-0857) reports that the fall bite is picking up on Lake Monticello – and should only continue to get better as the season progresses.  Already the Monticello beasts are beginning to move around, and for the next month or two the best trophy ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Greenwood (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated November 10

-- November 10 Lake Greenwood water temperatures have dropped to the mid-60s, and water levels are at 438.49 (full pool is 440.0). SC State Team boater Stan Gunter of Saluda reports that with water temperatures dropping the fish are moving shallower and heading into the creeks.  Basically they are going wherever the bait goes, and right now that means they are about halfway back in the creeks.  He has found ...

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