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Lake Greenwood (SC) Fishing Report – Updated March 24

-- Veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter says that in his opinion there’s only one place worth looking for largemouth bass on Lake Greenwood right now – up shallow around spawning areas!  It’s possible that some big fish remain in deeper water around brush, but just driving around the banks (now that the water has cleared up) you can see a ton of good fish in the shallows.  A few days ago there were st ...

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Lake Greenwood Fishing Report – Updated March 2

-- Last year at this time Lake Greenwood was giving up 27+ pound bags, but that feat was not to be repeated this past Saturday.  Six months of rain and a cold late winter had Lake Greenwood cold and muddy for the tournament Saturday, but in some tough conditions Jerry Kotal (our customary Lake Russell correspondent) and Daryl McClellon still managed an impressive 20.35 pounds for the win.  Considering that ...

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Lake Greenwood (SC) Fishing News and Report

Lake Greenwood is cold and the water is stained to muddy, particularly in the upper half, but that doesn’t mean that fish can’t be found up shallow and willing to eat a crankbait.  Veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter reports that – just as on Lake Wateree – fish can be caught in 3-7 feet of water around secondary points and rocks.  They moved shallow when the water got very muddy, and even as it star ...

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Lake Greenwood (SC) Fishing News and Report – Updated Jan. 4

Lake Greenwood is flooded and muddy, but that doesn’t mean that bass aren’t eating.  Veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter reports that even with the crazy water conditions some good fish are still being caught, and in fact the overall bite is pretty good.  Muddy water can often kill a winter bite, but since water temperatures are still close to 60 degrees that isn’t happening.  However, the key to get ...

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Lake Greenwood Fishing News and Report (Updated November 10)

A couple of weeks ago Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reported that Lake Greenwood was starting to calm down after the flood, and the catfish bite was beginning to improve.  Drifting with herring and gizzard shad was starting to work pretty well, and the fish were feeding most actively in the 10-25 foot range.  Main lake points and humps were the best areas to target, but it was also worth checking fee ...

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