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AHQ INSIDER Lake Russell (GA/SC) Winter Fishing Report – Updated February 19

-- February 19 Lake Russell water levels are at 473.93 (full pool is 475.00) and water temperatures are in the mid-50s.  Clarity is good. Water temperatures are unseasonably warm on Lake Russell, and Guide Jerry Kotal (706-988-0860) reports that bass can be found pretty much everywhere.  Unlike on some lakes where warm temperatures have the fishing tough to pattern, on Russell they are biting pretty well ev ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Russell (GA/SC) Winter Fishing Report – Updated January 13

-- Note that the most recent Lake Russell fishing report can be found at: January 13 Lake Russell water levels are at 471.22 (full pool is 475.00) and surface temperatures have already risen 2-3 degrees in the past couple of days.  In the morning they are about 51 rising to about 54 during the day.  Clarity is good. It’s ...

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Lake Wylie (NC/SC) Fall Fishing Report – Updated November 4

-- Perch: Excellent. Captain Rodger Taylor (803-517-7828) reports that there continues to be some very good perch fishing, particularly in the evenings with small shad.  Both numbers and good-sized fish are being caught. Catfish: Good.  Captain Rodger Taylor reports that both channel and blue catfish are biting well on cut bait slow-drifted. Bass: Slow but improving.  Guide and FLW Angler Bryan New (704-421 ...

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Lake Russell (GA/SC) Fishing News and Report – Updated Jan. 5

A few weeks ago Guide Jerry Kotal (706-988-0860) reported that bass fishing on Lake Russell was very good, but based on historical trends he expected it to soon get even better.  Fish were grouped up in 20-40 feet of water in the middle to backs of the creeks, but as temperatures dropped he expected them to move into 60-80 feet of water at the mouths of creeks and to stack up on deep flats.  When the fish g ...

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Clarks Hill (GA/SC) Fishing News and Report – Updated Dec. 17

If you guessed that near-80 degree days in the latter part of December would have the Clarks Hill bass wondering which way is up, you would be right!  Buckeye Lures in Augusta reports that the fish don’t know what to make of this weather, and the bass are “so daggone confused” that they are hunkered down where it is comfortable – and bait is accessible.  That means sitting off the ends of main lake points i ...

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