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AHQ Report - Clarks Hill

September 29

Clarks Hill water levels are at 329.25 (full pool is 330.00) and the lake is clear. Morning surface water temperatures are down to about 77-78 degrees. 

The striped bass fishing on Clarks Hill is slow but steady, and William Sasser Guide Service (706-589-5468) reports

September 17

Clarks Hill water levels are at 329.75 (full pool is 330.00) and the lake is still pretty clear despite all the rain yesterday. Morning surface water temperatures are down to about 80 degrees. 

Despite still-hot water temperatures things appear to be happening earlier than usual this year, and William Sasser Guide Service (706-589-5468) reports

September 2

Clarks Hill water levels are at 329.98 (full pool is 330.00) and the lake is pretty clear despite some rain Tuesday. Morning surface water temperatures are about 86 degrees. 

It’s a still a very good, very early bite for hybrid bass on Clarks Hill, and William Sasser Guide Service (706-589-5468) reports

August 20

Clarks Hill water levels are at 329.76 (full pool is 330.00) and morning surface water temperatures are about 85 degrees. 

Even though some guides are travelling over to Murray right now from Clarks Hill, William Sasser Guide Service (706-589-5468) reports

August 6

Clarks Hill water levels are still very high at 330.96 (full pool is 330.00) and morning surface water temperatures are about 85 degrees. 

Patterns for catching bass are changing again on Clarks Hill, and tournament angler Josh Rockefeller of Augusta reports

July 30

Clarks Hill water levels are up to 330.97 (full pool is 330.00).

While he caught bass this week, tournament angler Tyler Matthews of Evans, Georgia reports that the fishing

July 22

Clarks Hill water levels are up to 330.29 (full pool is 330.00) and morning surface water temperatures are 85-86 degrees.  

There are a few different patterns for catching bass right now on Clarks Hill, but overall Tyler Matthews of Evans, GA reports

July 9

Clarks Hill water levels have finally dipped below full to 329.94 (full pool is 330.00) and morning surface water temperatures are in the mid-80s.   

While some people are making a run at the bass in deep water on Clarks Hill right now, tournament angler Josh Rockefeller of Augusta has found

June 23

Clarks Hill water levels are slightly up to 330.70 (full pool is 330.00) and morning surface water temperatures are around 81-83 degrees. 

It’s been a good week for hybrid and striped bass on Clarks Hill in the lower lake, and William Sasser Guide Service (706-589-5468) reports

June 18

Clarks Hill water levels are still very high at 330.57 (full pool is 330.00) and the lake is mostly clear. Morning surface water temperatures are around 83 degrees. 

Back on the water after the birth of a child and eventually a well-earned fishing vacation, Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports

June 10

Clarks Hill water levels are still very high at 330.62 (full pool is 330.00) and the lake is mostly clear. Morning surface water temperatures are around 82 degrees. 

Summer patterns are starting to set in on Clarks Hill, and William Sasser Guide Service (706-589-5468) reports

May 27

Clarks Hill water levels are still very high at 331.28 (full pool is 330.00) and the lake is pretty clear for the most part. Morning surface water temperatures have shot up to 82 degrees. 

It’s been an interesting couple of days on Clarks Hill, and William Sasser Guide Service (706-589-5468) reports

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