Lake Hartwell water levels are just below full pool at 659.73 (full pool is 660.00) and water temperatures are around 68-70 degrees.The lake remains pretty clear.
The Lake Hartwell bass continue to be pounded by tournament pressure this fall, and fresh off a week on the lake practicing and then a 16th place finish in the 141-boat ABA Ray Scott Championship Guide Brad Fowler can report
Lake Hartwell water levels are back down to 659.90 (full pool is 660.00) and water temperatures have dropped to about 73 degrees.For the first time in a long time the lake has gone a week without rain, and so the water is very clear.Overall the regions’s annual rainfall is 26 inches above normal!
Fresh off a second place performance in a major multi-day team tournament, Guide Brad Fowler knows
Lake Hartwell water levels are slightly down from a couple of days ago to 660.87 (full pool is 660.00) and water temperatures have cooled several degrees to the mid-80s.While there has been lots of rain the water is still very clear.
A good rule of thumb is to never trust a fishing guide who always reports an outstanding bite, while a guide who admits when the fishing gets tough is probably believable.With that in mind this week’s report offers compelling evidence that Guide Chip Hamilton (864-304-9011) is
Lake Hartwell water levels are down to 660.22 (full pool is 660.00), and the water is very clear with little recent rain – although high boat traffic has stirred it up in some sections. Water temperature are 87-89 degrees at daylight.
There’s no doubt bass fishing is tough on Lake Hartwell, and tournament angler Joe Anders of Easley reports
Lake Hartwell water levels dropped down to normal full pool but have risen back to 660.51(full pool is 660.00), while morning surface water temperatures are around 83 degrees.The lake is mostly clear but slightly dingy in places due to heavy boat traffic.
The hybrid and striped bass fishing is still a tad inconsistent on Lake Hartwell, and Guide Chip Hamilton (864-304-9011) reports