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AHQ INSIDER Lake Keowee (SC) Spring 2018 Fishing Report – Updated April 18

-- April 18 Lake Keowee is at 99.2% of full pool, and water temperatures are in the mid- to upper-60s throughout the lake.  Clarity is high and the lake has been at full pool for several weeks. Fishing continues to be very good on Lake Keowee, and veteranangler Charles Townson of the Keowee Anglersreports that bass can be found at all three stages of the spawn right now: pre-spawn, spawning, and post-spawn. ...

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AHQ INSIDER Lake Murray (SC) Spring 2018 Fishing Report – Updated April 13

-- April 13 Lake Murray water levels are down to 358.02 (full pool is 360.00).  Surface temperatures are around 61-63 on the main lake in the morning, and reached the mid-60s yesterday afternoon. Things are happening fast on Lake Murray, and Captain Brad Taylor (803-331-1354) reports that herring are starting to get up on the points.  They are on the verge of spawning, and as water temperatures rise another ...

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AHQ INSIDER Beaufort (SC) Spring 2018 Fishing Report – Updated April 12

-- April 12 Inshore water temperatures in the Beaufort area are up to 63 degrees, cool for this time of year. Visibility is good enough to sight fish as long as there is no wind to muddy the water. So far April has been a better fishing month than March, and Captain Tuck Scott of Bay Street Outfitters (843-524-5250) reports that overall the redfish are pretty happy.  On low tide they are still fairly school ...

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AHQ INSIDER Hilton Head Island (SC) Spring 2018 Fishing Report – Updated March 30 Copy

-- March 30 Inshore surface water temperatures in the Hilton Head area are about 59 or 60 degrees, and clarity is decreasing as it warms. It’s no big surprise that Hilton Head redfish are still pretty skittish, and Captain Dan “Fishin’ Coach” Utley (843-368-2126) reports that on low tide they can be really hard to target.  The schools aren’t as big as they were earlier in the year, but the fish are still fa ...

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AHQ INSIDER Charleston (SC) Spring 2018 Fishing Report – Updated April 12

-- April 12 Inshore water temperatures in the Charleston area have risen to around 67 degrees in the rivers. The biggest change in the last couple of weeks is the result of rising inshore water temperatures, and David Fladd with Eye Strike Fishing reports that a topwater bite for both redfish and trout has come on.  Mullet are starting to show up which is probably driving the fish to feed upwards, and no lo ...

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