Lake Wylie is at 97.3% of full pool and surface water temperatures are around 70-71 degrees.Usually October and November have some of the clearest water of the year, but probably as a result of a lot of suspended solids the water is a turbid dark green.
It’s a “good” bite for blue and channel catfish on Lake Wylie, and Captain Rodger Taylor (803-517-7828) reports
Lake Wylie is back up to 96.7% of full pool and surface water temperatures are around 76 degrees on the south end of the lake.The water is a chalky color almost like it is starting to turn over (which it probably is not.)
As temperatures drop the bass on Lake Wylie are starting to get more and more into fall patterns, and tournament angler Reid McGinn of Fort Mill reports
Lake Wylie is at 97.6% of full pool and water temperatures have dropped several degrees overnight to just under 67 degrees.The water is stained and getting muddier in the backs of creeks and up the rivers.
For those who can get on the lake, spring bass fishing continues to be strong on Lake Wylie. A recent “tournament” was one with 21 pounds, and angler Reid McGinn of Fort Mill reports