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Lake Greenwood Sponsored by
Date 08-Mar-19
Water Condition
Water Temperature  

Conditions : Lake Greenwood: Lake Greenwood water levels are at 438.65 (full pool is 440.0) and water temperatures are in the mid-50s but dropping. The upper half of the lake is very muddy, and soon the whole lake will be.

There are some good bags of bass being caught on Greenwood right now, and veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Saluda reports that it has been taking 18-20+ pounds to win most recent tournaments. However, weights drop off significantly below the top and some very good fishermen are happy to catch two-pounders.

Pretty much everything is being caught shallow in the 3-5 foot range, with square-billed crankbaits and Alabama rigs the two best reported patterns. Fish are setting up off points and docks, and the best action has been in the main lake or the front of creeks. The mid-lake has been fishing the best.

Reported by: SCDNR

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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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