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AHQ Report

June 17

Lake Jocassee is down to 96.6% of full pool and clarity is normal. Morning surface water temperatures are around 79 or 80 degrees on the main lake. 

Water temperatures are rising on Lake Jocassee, but for now Guides Sam and Casey Jones with Jocassee Charters (864-280-9056) report

June 17

Lake Wylie is at 96.8% of full pool and the lake is clear. Morning surface water temperatures are in the low 80s. 

It’s still a tricky time for catching catfish on Lake Wylie with the spawn going on, and Captain Rodger Taylor (803-517-7828) reports

June 17

Lake Hartwell water levels are well above full at 660.71 (full pool is 660.00) and clarity remains very high. Morning surface water temperatures are around 84 first thing.

June is usually a good month for hybrid and striped bass on Lake Hartwell, and Guide Chip Hamilton (864-304-9011) reports

June 17

Santee Cooper water levels are at 74.27 in Lake Marion (full pool is 76.8) and 75.20 in Lake Moultrie (full pool is 75.5) and the lakes are clear. Morning surface water temperatures are around 87-88 degrees. 

The crappie fishing has still been pretty slow on Santee, and Captain Steve English (843-729-4044) reports

June 14

Lake Monticello surface water temperatures are in the mid-80s and the lake is clear. Water levels fluctuate daily. 

With water temperatures very warm the free-line driftingcatfish bite has finally taken off, andCaptain William Attaway (803-924-0857) reports

June 17

Lake Murray water levels are at 357.28 (full pool is 360.00) and water conditions are fairly clear. Morning surface water temperatures are about 82 degrees on the big water and warmer in the creeks. 

Lake Murray striped bass are starting to get into a classic summer pattern, and Captain Brad Taylor (803-331-1354) reports

June 17

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 439.21 (full pool is 440.0) and the whole lake is clear.  As predicted morning surface water temperatures have risen to about 88 degrees with the heat wave!

The striped bass bite is as hot as the weather on Lake Greenwood, and Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports

June 17

Lake Wateree is at 97.4% of full pool and the lake is clear on both ends. Morning surface water temperatures are in the mid-80s.

The limits of Lake Wateree crappie are still coming fast and furious, and veteran tournament angler Will Hinson of Cassatt

June 17

Clarks Hill water levels are still above full at 330.67 (full pool is 330.00) and the water is very clear on the lower end. Morning surface water temperatures are about 84-85 degrees and a thermocline is starting to set up about 20 feet down. 

The hybrid and striped bass fishing is improved this week on Clarks Hill, and Little River Guide Service (706-210-3474) reports

June 10

Lake Wylie is at 97.0% of full pool and morning surface water temperatures are around 80 degrees. 

It can be a tricky time for catching catfish on Lake Wylie with the spawn going on, but Captain Rodger Taylor (803-517-7828) reports

June 10

Lake Wateree is at 96.9% of full pool and morning surface water temperatures are in the low 80s. 

The Lake Wateree crappie fishing is outstanding right now, and veteran tournament angler Will Hinson of Cassatt reports

June 10

Morning surface water temperatures around Edisto Island are up to about 80-81 degrees inshore. Both rivers are clear.   

The most exciting development in the past week around Edisto is that the tarpon have showed up, and Captain Ron Davis, Jr. (843-513-0143) reports

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