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Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fishing Report – Updated April 27

-- Clarks Hill water levels are at 329.61 and water temperatures have risen into the mid-70s. It’s finally gotten to be “that time” of year for bass fishing on Clarks Hill – the period when everyone wants to be on the water and national tournament series want to come to the lake.  Buckeye Lures in Augusta reports that there are still some late spawners on the beds, and there are even a few fish being caught ...

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Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fishing Report – Updated April 13

-- Clarks Hill water levels are at 330.03 and water temperatures average in the low 60s. In the last few years it has not been uncommon for the best fishing of the year on Clarks Hill to be almost starting to wind down by mid-April, but that isn’t a concern this year!  Buckeye Lures in Augusta says that while things got off to a red-hot start in March, since then water temperatures have fallen backwards and ...

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Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Bass Fishing Report – Updated March 15

-- In the last couple of weeks Clarks Hill water temperatures have skyrocketed, and as a result Buckeye Lures in Augusta reports that significant numbers of male fish have started moving up onto points and getting ready for the spawn.  The next stage for these fish will be moving into pockets, and if the water temperatures stay as warm as weather reports indicate they should then bigger females will be righ ...

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Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fishing Report – Updated Feb. 29

IMPORTANT site changes coming.  Effective March 1 only customers of the Angler’s Headquarters online tackle store will have access to our fishing reports.  Read more here.  For a lot of anglers catching bass on Clarks Hill has been no problem, but getting big bites has been an issue.  In the BFL Saturday a week ago there was a very nice 25-4 stringer at the top, as well as four more bags over 20 pounds, but ...

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Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fishing News and Report (Updated Jan. 21)

Even though Clarks Hill water levels have pretty much returned to normal now, very recently they were 7(!) feet above full pool and the Corps had all of the gates running wide open.  But while fish on some other lakes in South Carolina seem to have been disoriented and thrown out of their natural winter-time patterns by crazy water levels, according to Buckeye Lures in Augusta Clarks Hill bass appear to be ...

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