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Lake Murray Sponsored by
Date 01-Nov-15
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Conditions : Lake Murray: •White perch: Very good. Lake World reports that the most dependable bite continues to be the white perch bite, and anglers are catching fish in the very broad range of 5-60 feet of water. The prime depth range has been 20-30 feet, however, with fish schooled up near the bottom in those depths. Jigging spoons fished vertically are tough to beat once you locate the fish.

•Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Chris Simpson reports that the most productive pattern is still to anchor on humps and points and fan-cast stinkbaits, shrimp and herring for channel catfish. Space your baits on ledges that range from 5-30 feet. Once the lake clears some and water temperatures begin to drop the baitfish should move deeper, which should cause the catfish to move deeper as well and improve the drift bite.

Reported by: SCDNR

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About: - Lake Murray, SC

An excellent producer of stripers, including trophies over 40 pounds. Largemouth bass over 10 pounds available. Top-notch bream, shellcracker and crappie fishing. Docks and brush piles provide important cover. 50,800 acres.

  • Largemouth Bass
  • Smallmouth Bass
  • Crappie
  • Bream

Misc Info: -

Lake Murray Elevation



359' - Near Flood Stage
360' - Minor Flooding

363' - Moderate Flooding

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