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Lake Wylie (NC/SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated August 18

-- Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Rodger Taylor (803-517-7828) reports that despite the heat some nice catches of catfish have been taking place.  The best pattern has been drifting fairly deep water along the main river channel with cut bait.   The anchored bite has been pretty slow, particularly when there is no current. Bass: Slow.  FLW angler Bryan New reports that fishing remains really tough, with tou ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Wylie (NC/SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated August 18

-- August 18 Lake Wylie is at 97.1% of full pool, and water temperatures are in the mid to upper-80s.  Clarity is normal to a bit better than normal. In his last report FLW angler Bryan New indicated that bass fishing on Lake Wylie was as bad as he has seen it, and a little over a month later his assessment has not changed.  Bryan has been spending a lot of time on the lake recently and catching even a smal ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Wateree (SC) Fishing Report – Updated August 17

-- August 17 Lake Wateree is at 97.5% of full pool, and since there hasn’t been too much rain clarity is above average for the lake. Despite the heat crappie fishing remains pretty good, and veteran tournament angler Will Hinson of Cassatt reports that the fish are still in the brush.  They are now concentrated in brush along the main river channel from the top to the bottom of the lake, with very few fish ...

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Lake Wateree (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated August 17

-- Lake Wateree (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated August 17 Crappie: Fair to good.  Will Hinson advises that fish are holding in brush piles along the main river channel and they are biting pretty well.  The best bite has been on jigs.  Some fish are also being caught deep around bridges. Catfish: Fair to good.  Captain Rodger Taylor (803-517-7828) reports that the best pattern is drifting along the main ...

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Lake Murray (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated August 4

-- Striped bass: Good.  Captain Brad Taylor (803-331-1354) reports that the best fish are being caught on down-lines fished 50-80 feet deep in the lower lake.  The free-line bite has pretty much gone away and mostly smaller fish can be found in the creeks. Crappie: Good. Captain Brad reports that good numbers of crappie are still being caught over brush in 18-25 feet of water.  Minnows are pretty much the o ...

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