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AHQ Report - Lake Greenwood

July 29

Lake Greenwood is at 439.18 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are around 90 degrees. The lake remains very clear.    

With the intense summer heat bass fishing on Lake Greenwood is very tough, but veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

July 1

Lake Greenwood is at 439.20 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are in the low to mid-80s. The lake is clearer than it has been for a while.   

Fishing for bass has definitely gotten tougher on Lake Greenwood, but veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

June 15

Lake Greenwood is at 439.08 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are around 84 in the morning and 87 in the afternoon. Clarity is very good for Lake Greenwood and the water is relatively clear at least as far up as the 72 bridge. 

It’s hard to pin down the bass on Lake Greenwood, and fresh off two days of practice and then a tournament this weekend veteran tournament anglers Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

May 28

Lake Greenwood is at 439.32 (full pool is 440.0) and water temperatures are in the low to mid-70s. The mud line has come almost all the way down the lake and the flood gates are open.  

Even before the latest monsoon bass fishing was tough on Lake Greenwood and the fish seemed to be in a post-spawn funk, but tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

May 14

Lake Greenwood is at 439.02 (full pool is 440.0) and water temperatures are in the upper 60s.  

The bass spawn is essentially over on Lake Greenwood, but tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

May 1

Lake Greenwood is at 439.14 (full pool is 440.0), and muddy water is starting to move down the lake again – although the upper end is still relatively clear. Water temperatures are in the mid- to upper 60s.   

Even though the bass spawn has been really heavy on Lake Keowee for the last couple of weeks, tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

April 15

Lake Greenwood is almost full at 439.71 (full pool is 440.0) and, once again, more mud is moving down the lake. For now the lower lake is clearer than the upper end.  

With all the up-and-down weather conditions this spring, tournament bass angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

April 2

Lake Greenwood water levels are back down to 438.21 (full pool is 440.0) and water temperatures are up to the mid-60s. Up the lake is muddy again and the mud line is moving down. 

A few days later water conditions have changed on Lake Greenwood, but veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

March 27

Lake Greenwood water levels have shot up to 439.45 (full pool is 440.0) and water temperatures are in the lower 60s. The lake had cleared a good bit before the recent round of rain, but after rising two feet in as many days the whole lake is getting muddy again. 

Things change fast in the spring in the South, and veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

March 13

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 438.03 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are in the upper 50s.  The lake is still muddy although it is beginning to clear. 

Even though the water is muddy it’s warming, and veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

February 27

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 438.61 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are in the lower 50s.  The lake is still muddy from one end to the other, and even the water coming out of the dam is red muddy. 

Lake Greenwood is still as muddy as veteran tournament bass angler Stan Gunter of Saluda has ever seen it,

February 14

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 437.15 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are in the lower 50s. From one end to the other the lake is as orange and muddy as it ever gets.

It looks like horrendous bass fishing conditions on Lake Greenwood, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

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