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Greenwood

Rating - Good   

Saturday, Nov 26 2022
Lake Greenwood water levels are at 437.98 (full pool is 440.0) and the lower lake is relatively clear while there is some dirty water up the lake. Morning surface water temperatures are in the lower 60s.Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that in November bass fishing should continue to improve on Lake Greenwood, and with a delayed fall this should be the month that fish finally start to really get in the creeks following bait schools. Rattle Traps and spinnerbaits should both catch fish, and there could be some schooling activity.Striped bass: Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports that this month should finally see some improvement in the striper fishing on Lake Greenwood, and the key to finding fish is locating the bait. The best way to target fish is trolling swimbaits and Alabama rigs.Crappie: Guide Daniel Skipper reports that in November some fish will still be found on brush, but many others will be roaming and following bait schools. But perhaps the best numbers of catchable fish are related to bridges where they can be caught on jigs and minnows.Catfish: Captain Chris Simpson with Fightin Da Blues (864-992-2352) reports that drifting the flats with shrimp or cut bait will still work this month. Flathead catfish will also be caught at night on live bream or perch until it gets cold. .




Saturday, Nov 26 2022




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Greenwood


Rating - Good

Lake Greenwood water levels are at 437.98 (full pool is 440.0) and the lower lake is relatively clear while there is some dirty water up the lake. Morning surface water temperatures are in the lower 60s.Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that in November bass fishing should continue to improve on Lake Greenwood, and with a delayed fall this should be the month that fish finally start to really get in the creeks following bait schools. Rattle Traps and spinnerbaits should both catch fish, and there could be some schooling activity.Striped bass: Guide Daniel Skipper (864-430-0488) reports that this month should finally see some improvement in the striper fishing on Lake Greenwood, and the key to finding fish is locating the bait. The best way to target fish is trolling swimbaits and Alabama rigs.Crappie: Guide Daniel Skipper reports that in November some fish will still be found on brush, but many others will be roaming and following bait schools. But perhaps the best numbers of catchable fish are related to bridges where they can be caught on jigs and minnows.Catfish: Captain Chris Simpson with Fightin Da Blues (864-992-2352) reports that drifting the flats with shrimp or cut bait will still work this month. Flathead catfish will also be caught at night on live bream or perch until it gets cold. .


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