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AHQ INSIDER Lake Jocassee (SC) Summer Fishing Report – Updated July 26

-- July 26 Surface temperatures on Lake Jocassee are about 82 degrees in the morning by the dam, warming to 84 by mid-day.  Water levels are at 97.3% of full pool and clarity is normal. Lake Jocassee trout fishing remains pretty strong, and Guide Sam Jones (864-280-9056) reports that while fish aren’t jumping in the boat – and they haven’t landed any 10-pounders – overall the bite is good.  On his most rece ...

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Lake Jocassee (SC) Fishing Report – Updated May 24

-- Lake Jocassee has jumped to 98.7% of full pool, and water temperatures remain in the high-60s.  They are rising into the low 70s on sunny days, but this is still far below normal for this time of year on Lake Jocassee. Trout: Good. Guide Sam Jones (864-280-9056) reports that overall the Lake Jocassee trout bite has been strong, and while there has not been another nearly 9-pound fish caught this week the ...

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Lake Jocassee (SC) Fishing Report – Updated May 18

  -- Lake Jocassee is at 98.1% of full pool, and water temperatures this morning were about 68 degrees.  They are rising into the low 70s on sunny days, but this is still far below normal for this time of year on Lake Jocassee. Trout: Good. Guide Sam Jones (864-280-9056) reports that overall the Lake Jocassee trout bite has been strong, and some of the largest fish of the year have been caught recently ...

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Lake Jocassee (SC) Fishing Report – Updated March 17

In his last fishing report Guide Rob McComas (828-674-5041) discussed how the contours of Lake Jocassee (a deep, somewhat-bowl shaped lake) and the laws of physics mean that it is slow to cool in the winter – and slow to warm in the spring.  Compared to the amount of water the lake holds, there is relatively little surface area through which heat can escape and be absorbed, especially relative to a shallowe ...

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Lake Jocassee (SC) Bass Fishing Report – Updated Feb. 23

IMPORTANT site changes coming.  Effective March 1 only customers of the Angler’s Headquarters tackle store will have access to our fishing reports.  Read more here.  On many South Carolina lakes two or three warm days is all it takes to move good numbers of bass into the shallows, and sometimes a single mild, sunny afternoon will be enough to put bait and bass on the move towards the bank – if only for a fe ...

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