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Lake Monticello (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated July 26

-- Catfish: Very good.  Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports that even though this isn’t the best time to target big fish, the free line drifting bite remains very good.   Drifting over very deep water with unweighted/ barely weighted small pieces of cut fish or shrimp is a good way to put a bunch of fish in the boat. Bass: Slow.  Andy Wicker reports that bass fishing has gotten downright tough on L ...

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Lake Greenwood Summer Fishing Report – Updated July 26

-- Striper: Fair to good.  Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports that the bite has gotten a bit more sporadic but the best pattern for catching striper is to fish down-lines in the 18-22 foot range in the lower lake. Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that channel catfish can be caught around humps and points on dip baits. Bass: Slow to fair.  Stan Gunter reports that bass fishing h ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Greenwood (SC) Fishing Report – Updated July 26

-- July 26 Lake Greenwood water levels are at 438.9 and water temperatures are in the mid to upper 80s.  Clarity is normal. Earlier this summer Lake Greenwood bass fishermen were doing pretty well, but veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that as the summer has gone on fishing has slowed down.  Gone are the 20 plus pound sacks tournament anglers were bringing to the scales, and now a 14-pound bag i ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Monticello (SC) Fishing Report – Updated July 26

-- July 26 Earlier this summer tournament angler Andy Wicker of Pomaria reported a strong bass bite on Lake Monticello, but as he says happens every year at this time that action has slowed down – significantly.  In the last Thursday night tournament Andy says that his team took second place with two fish for a little over 3 pounds, and their bigger fish that weighed nearly 2 ½ pounds was the tournament big ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Hartwell (GA/SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated July 25

-- July 25 Lake Hartwell water levels have dropped significantly to 656.54 and water temperatures are in the upper 80s.  Clarity remains very good. Bass fishing on Lake Hartwell is in a typical mid-summer pattern, and while fish can be caught Guide Brad Fowler reports that overall the bite is basically slow to fair.  Between the heat and dropping water levels the shallow bites have pretty much disappeared, ...

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