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Rating - Good   

Thursday, Oct 07 2021
Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that in October bass fishing should continue to improve on Lake Greenwood, and most of the best fishing will be found in shallow water. Fish will move progressively further into the creeks where Shad Raps and lipless crankbaits will work, and by the end of the month there should be schooling activity.Striped bass: Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports that October will likely be another tough month on Lake Greenwood, and it wont be until water temperatures really drop that the fishing will pick up again.Crappie: Guide Daniel Skipper reports that in October some fish will still be found on brush, but many others will be starting to transition out of the brush pattern and roaming. Still the most catchable fish will be found on brush piles, and the best bet is to target middle depth to deep brush with minnows. Its also worth checking bridges and other hard structure, particularly late in the day. Jigs can also work but minnows are often more effective for relatively inactive fish.Catfish: Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports that drifting the flats and river channel with shrimp or cut bait will still work this month. Flathead catfish will also be caught at night on live bream or perch.




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Greenwood


Rating - Good

Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that in October bass fishing should continue to improve on Lake Greenwood, and most of the best fishing will be found in shallow water. Fish will move progressively further into the creeks where Shad Raps and lipless crankbaits will work, and by the end of the month there should be schooling activity.Striped bass: Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports that October will likely be another tough month on Lake Greenwood, and it wont be until water temperatures really drop that the fishing will pick up again.Crappie: Guide Daniel Skipper reports that in October some fish will still be found on brush, but many others will be starting to transition out of the brush pattern and roaming. Still the most catchable fish will be found on brush piles, and the best bet is to target middle depth to deep brush with minnows. Its also worth checking bridges and other hard structure, particularly late in the day. Jigs can also work but minnows are often more effective for relatively inactive fish.Catfish: Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports that drifting the flats and river channel with shrimp or cut bait will still work this month. Flathead catfish will also be caught at night on live bream or perch.


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