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AHQ Report - Lake Greenwood

September 16

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.18 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are in the low to mid-80s. 

It’s still a really tough time for bass fishing on Lake Greenwood, and the frank report from veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda

September 3

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.05 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures remain in the mid-80s. 

We wish we had better news to share, but veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

August 19

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 438.97 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures remains very hot. 

The bass fishing still hasn’t picked up much on Lake Greenwood, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

August 5

Lake Greenwood water levels are down to 439.08 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are in the upper 80s. 

Fishing remains a little slow on Lake Greenwood, and Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports

July 28

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.24 (full pool is 440.0) and surface water temperatures are as high as 92 degrees. 

With water temperatures that high it’s unsurprising that the striped bass bite has gotten tougher on Greenwood, and Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports

It was a fortunate confluence of events leading me to Lake Greenwood last week. This late February, March and early April I got hooked on shallow crappie fishing on the lower end of Lake Murray, and I was disappointed when the fish made their annual move deeper. This year I have also been getting regularLake Greenwood fishing reports from Guide Daniel Skipper, and all year I have been very impressed by his knowledge of the lake as well as his catch rate. But I was intrigued when – even as the weather got very hot – he was still catching Lake Greenwood crappie around relatively shallow brush. I most certainly was not, and so I was pleased when Daniel had an afternoon slot available to take a buddy and me out on Lake Greenwood to try and fill a cooler with crappie and teach us about the fishery.

July 23

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.13 (full pool is 440.0) and morning surface water temperatures are around 85 degrees. 

There are still basically two ways to fish for bass on Lake Greenwood, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

July 8

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.07 (full pool is 440.0) and morning surface water temperatures are around 85 degrees. 

The bass fishing on Lake Greenwood has shifted again, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

June 24

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.03 (full pool is 440.0) and morning surface water temperatures are in the lower 80s. 

It’s hard to know exactly what to expect with the bass on Lake Greenwood, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

June 18

Lake Greenwood water levels remain high at 439.05 (full pool is 440.0) and the water is still pretty clear. Morning surface water temperatures are in the low to mid-80s. 

In last weekend’s Outdoor Dream Foundation Benefit Tournament on Lake Greenwood veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda

June 11

Lake Greenwood water levels remain high at 439.13 (full pool is 440.0) and the water is relatively clear; once the lake gets this full it generally stays clear even when there is rain. Morning surface water temperatures are around 83 degrees. 

The Outdoor Dream Foundation Benefit Tournament is on Lake Greenwood this weekend, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda

May 26

Lake Greenwood water levels remain high at 439.16 (full pool is 440.0) and morning surface water temperatures have shot up to 80 plus degrees. 

Catching decent bass isn’t easy right now on Lake Greenwood, and tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

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