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Lake Greenwood Sponsored by
Date 05-Feb-16
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Conditions : Lake Greenwood: •Bass: Fair to good. Muddy water can often kill a winter bite. Fish can be caught around laydowns, but the best fishing has been around rocky banks and other hard cover such as boat ramps. The best shallow areas have been in the back of creeks and coves, probably because of annual bait migration patterns that still have the bait in the creeks. As would be expected in the muddy conditions, big white and chartreuse spinnerbaits are fishing well. Jigs and crankbaits in highly visible colors such as chartreuse and black backs, or red, are also working well. The cold front might push fish a bit deeper, but with conditions still so muddy he doesn’t expect fish to go very deep. They might move onto slightly deeper docks but should probably stay in the same area.

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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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