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AHQ Report - Lake Greenwood

May 6

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.29 (full pool is 440.0) and the lake is still fairly clear for now – but that seems to be changing.  The upper end will probably get muddy with recent rains and the back of creeks are already a little dirty. Water temperatures are about 70 degrees. 

There’s not too much change in the bass patterns on Lake Greenwood, and tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

April 30

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.05 (full pool is 440.0) and the lake is generally clear. Water temperatures range from about 73-75 degrees.

The bass spawn on Lake Greenwood is winding down right now, but tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

April 16

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.06 (full pool is 440.0) and water temperatures are around 68 degrees. The very upper end and lower end of the lake are clear, while the middle section is dingy but not muddy. 

While we are probably in the overall middle of the bass spawn on Lake Greenwood right now, from what tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda has seen this week

April 2

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.34 (full pool is 440.0) and water temperatures were in the lower 60s before the cold snap. 

The bass are at all different stages of the spawn on Lake Greenwood, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

March 25

Lake Greenwood water levels are up to 438.54 (full pool is 440.0) and the lower lake is clear again. Water temperatures are around 60 degrees but rising rapidly. 

As promised, veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

March 19

Lake Greenwood water levels are up to 438.06 (full pool is 440.0). Water temperatures are in the mid-50s after the recent cold snap. 

It’s hard to generate momentum for the spring crappie spawn when the fish keep getting buffeted by cold fronts, and Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports

March 11

Lake Greenwood water levels are up to 436.88 (full pool is 440.0) and the lake is finally beginning to clear. Water temperatures are in the low to mid-50s. 

At last the crappie fishing is starting to turn around on Lake Greenwood, and Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports

March 4

Lake Greenwood water levels are up to 436.55 (full pool is 440.0) and the lake remains very muddy. Water temperatures are in the lower 50s. 

There are glimmers of hope on the horizon, but right now Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports that the crappie fishing on Lake Greenwood

February 26

Lake Greenwood water levels are down to 436.40 (full pool is 440.0) and particularly the upper end is very muddy. Water temperatures are around 50 degrees. 

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

February 18

Lake Greenwood water levels are way up to 436.93 (full pool is 440.0). The upper end is already a mud hole, and while right now the lower end is just dingy it will be coming down. At the moment the mud line is around the state park. Water temperatures are in the upper 40s. 

All this muddy water is not exactly ideal, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports

February 4

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 434.39 (full pool is 440.0). Water temperatures are about 46 degrees and the lake is still muddy with the lower lake a bit better.   

Despite still-tough water conditions the crappie fishing on Lake Greenwood has significantly improved, and Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports

January 20

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 434.46 (full pool is 440.0). They are pulling water through the lake so hard that the dam is actually muddier than the rivers, but the whole lake is dirty. Water temperatures range from 45-48 degrees.

Cold, muddy water makes for tough fishing conditions most of the time, and Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports

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