Lake Keowee is at 97.5% of full pool.Water temperatures in the lower and upper parts of the lake are now in the mid- to high 50s, and in the mid-lake temperatures have reached the lower 60s.Clarity is normal.
Lake Keowee is at 99.1% of full pool.Water temperatures are on the rise with low to mid-50s in the lower end of the lake up to 60s mid-lake.Clarity on the main lake, particularly the northern end, is very high with 10 plus feet of visibility.
Lake Keowee is at 97.2% of full pool.Water temperatures have remained steady this past week, and they are in the mid-50s on the lower and upper ends of the lake and around 60 near the power plant.The lake is probably at its low temperature for the winter as the hours of sunlight each day will increase.
Lake Keowee is at 98.9% of full pool.Water temperatures are in the mid to upper 50s over most of the lake, with the coolest water in the backs of the creeks.Water clarity is normal except in the back of major creeks where it is dingy due to recent rains.
Lake Keowee is at 98.0% of full pool.Water temperatures are now in the low 50s over most of the lake, but they range from the high 40s in the back of creeks to around 60 mid-lake by the power plant.Clarity is normal.
It’s not every weekend that someone catches a 4-pound spotted bass on Lake Keowee, let alone a 5-pounder, let alone a fish that pushes 6!But that’s exactly what AHQ correspondent Joe Anders of Easley and his tournament partner Greg Glouse did last Saturday, January 10 with a 5.71 pound spot!It was part of a monster 18.71 pound bag, good for the win, but on this impressive weekend there were two other bags over 17 pounds weighed! For complete results see www.cattteamtrail.com.
Lake Keowee is at 98.0% of full pool.Water temperatures are around 55 at the south and north ends of the lake, while the mid-lake is about 60.A lot of rain has fallen this past week and major creeks are stained in the back. Clarity on the main lake is only slightly stained.
Lake Keowee is at 98.2% of full pool and surface water temperatures have now dropped into the low to mid-60s over most of the lake, and 50s can even be found in the very back of some creeks.Water clarity is normal.