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Lake Russell (GA/SC) Fishing Report – Update May 26

-- Lake Russell water levels are at 474.37 (full pool is 475.00), and water temperatures are in the low to mid-70s. It’s a transition period on Lake Russell, and Guide Jerry Kotal (706-988-0860) reports that bass are starting to pull out from the shallows and move towards deeper water.  The herring spawn is pretty much if not completely over, but nonetheless early in the morning some fish can be caught on f ...

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Lake Wateree (SC) Fishing Report – Updated May 26

-- Lake Wateree is down to 97.3% of full pool, and water temperatures are in the mid to lower 70s – although they are rising with sun the last two days.  The lake remains a bit more stained than last week because of weekend rains. The Take A Child Fishing tournament was held last weekend on Lake Wateree, and considering the shortened fishing day and other factors overall weights were pretty good.  Cool, clo ...

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Lake Wylie (NC/SC) Fishing Report – Updated May 25

  -- After rising from 97.2% to 98.3% of full pool over the weekend, Lake Wylie has dropped slightly to 98.0% of full pool.  Water temperatures dropped from the mid- to upper-70s into the low-70s over the weekend, but they have risen back into the 74-74 degree range.  There is more stained water than a week ago. Rising water levels have slowed the deep bite down a little in the past week, and instead o ...

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Santee Cooper (SC) Fishing Report – Updated May 25

-- Santee Cooper water levels are at 75.6 in Lake Marion (1.2 feet below full pool) and 75.3 feet in Lake Moultrie (.2 feet below full pool).  Water temperatures are in the upper 70s and the lake is clear again after the recent rains. In the May 14 CATT on Santee Cooper Lex Costas fishing alone caught a big 25-1 bag for the win, and a total of 7 anglers weighed more than 20 pounds.  About half the field had ...

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Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fishing Report – Updated May 25

-- Clarks Hill water levels are at 328.29 and water temperatures are 74 or 75 degrees. Bass fishing on Clarks Hill is known for having the potential to get a little tough once the herring spawn is completed, and unfortunately this year is no exception.  In a 130-boat tournament last weekend it only took about 17 pounds to win and as would be expected Buckeye Lures in Augusta reports that it’s been a struggl ...

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