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AHQ INSIDER Lake Murray (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Lake Murray water levels have stabilized around 355.18 (full pool is 360.00), and water temperatures have fallen into the mid-70s.  Overall the lake is pretty clear, but there are some areas where the wind has really stirred up the silt and stained it.  The river is pretty dirty. Bass are in a transition period, and veteran tournament angler Captain Doug Lown reports that with days getting s ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Greenwood (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Lake Greenwood water temperatures have dropped into the mid-70s, and water levels are at 438.32 (full pool is 440.0).  The water is still clean on the lower end while the upper end is dingy to dirty. It’s getting to be fall on Lake Greenwood, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that bass are starting to move into the creeks and pockets as water temperatures have cooled with all ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Wateree (SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Lake Wateree is at 97.4% of full pool, and water temperatures have dropped further into the mid-70s.  The water is stained but not muddy. Once again, the results of the most recent CATT Open on Lake Wateree reflect that bass fishing on Lake Wateree is pretty tough.  On September 9 Craig and Tim Haven (pictured below) brought an impressive 14.05 pounds to the scale to win a tournament in whic ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Wylie (NC/SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Lake Wylie is at 96.7% of full pool, and water temperatures have dropped into the low 80s.  There is some stain in the creeks but it’s not bad. After a tough summer for bass fishing, guide and FLW fisherman Bryan New (704-421-5868) reports that fishing is finally getting better on Lake Wylie.  Fish can still be caught in 8-15 feet of water off points, but the shallow bite is starting to pick ...

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AHQ INSIDER Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated September 15

-- September 15 Clarks Hill water levels are at 323.25 (full pool is 330.00) and water temperatures have dropped and then rebounded.  They are around 82 right now.  Clarity is normal. Bass fishing has gotten really good on Clarks Hill, and Buckeye Lures in Augusta reports that schooling activity has been pretty awesome on the lake – particularly for 2-2 ½ pound spotted bass.  They generally stay up for ten ...

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