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AHQ INSIDER Lake Wylie (NC/SC) Spring Fishing Report – Updated July 14

-- July 14 Lake Wylie is at 97.4% of full pool, and although clarity is basically good with some afternoon storms there are areas of the lake that are stained.  Clarity will vary from day to day and is also very location dependent. It’s not the best time of the year to catch trophy catfish on Lake Wylie, but Captain Rodger Taylor (803-517-7828) reports that there is no doubt that some good fish can still be ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Russell (GA/SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated July 14

-- July 14 Lake Russell water levels are at 473.49 (full pool is 475.00) and water temperatures are in the mid to upper 80s. With the summer heat the numbers of crappie being caught on Lake Russell have dropped slightly, but Guide Wendell Wilson (706-283-3336) reports that they continue to catch some really nice fish.  The best pattern has been fishing around brush piles in the creeks or just off the main c ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Greenwood (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated July 14

-- July 14 Lake Greenwood water temperatures are in the mid- to high-80s, and water levels are at 438.97 (full pool is 440.0). Bass fishing on Lake Greenwood remains tough, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that it’s only been taking 12-14 pounds to win and 8 or so pounds to get a check in night tournaments.  The pattern remains relatively unchanged, with the addition that decent numbers of ...

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Lake Monticello (SC) Summer 2017 Fishing Report – Updated July 14

-- July 14 Lake Monticello water temperatures are hot, and by the evening they are in the lower 90s.  Lake levels generally fluctuate daily. The offshore bass bite continues to be pretty good on Lake Monticello, and last Thursday tournament angler Andy Wicker of Pomaria and his brother won a night tournament with 20.7 pounds.  Last night weights were more modest again, but the fishing is still good. Overall ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Murray (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated July 14

-- July 14 Lake Murray water levels are at 357.73 (full pool is 360.00), and temperatures are in the mid- to upper 80s.  Clarity is good. Even though the fish are deep it’s a great time to be striped bass fishing on Lake Murray.  Captain Brad Taylor (803-331-1354) reports that, as expected this time of year, most of the fish are grouped up in the lower pool 60-100 feet deep and they are coming on down-lined ...

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