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Lake Greenwood Sponsored by
Date 01-Jul-17
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Conditions : Lake Greenwood: Lake Greenwood water temperatures are in the mid-80s, and water levels are at 439.09 (full pool is 440.0).

A few weeks ago veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reported that the offshore bass bite on Lake Greenwood had gotten good, and there were some nice sacks being caught even in abbreviated night tournaments. With the summer heat fishing has gotten tougher, however, and the big offshore limits have gotten smaller. On Wednesday it took less than 12 pounds to win a night tournament.

Overall the pattern is unchanged, and fishing deep brush with crankbaits and worms is still the best way to catch fish. Besides the fish getting smaller the only other significant change is that early and late in the evening some fish can be found schooling out over the brush, humps and points. These fish, too, are generally smaller.

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About: - Lake Greenwood: Long known for excellent crappie action, including slabs over one pound. Plenty of 6-to 8-pound largemouth. Quality striped bass population is under fished. This is the first contour map ever produced for Greenwood. 11,400 acres
  • Catfish
  • Crappie
  • Largemouth Bass
  • Striped Bass

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