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Monday, Feb 05 2024
Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that in February bass will start to move shallower due to seasonal factors, and they should start to get into the vicinity of their pre-spawn locations. Depending on water conditions shallow-running crankbaits, spinnerbaits, Chatterbaits, and jigs should all work. Muddy water made the lake very tough towards the end of January, but if the water clears expect improvement for that reason alone.Striped bass: Guide Josh Wilson (864-871-6305) reports that in February striped bass could be found anywhere on Lake Greenwood, but the key to finding them is to locate the bait. Casting at diving birds with Alabama rigs or bucktails is the technique of choice and you can also pull bait.Crappie: Captain Roland Addy (864-980-3672) reports that the first two weeks of February usually look a lot like January on Lake Greenwood, and fish will be found suspended somewhere around the creek mouths and the main channel. However, later in the mouth when water temperatures rise fish will push further into the creeks and prepare to spawn in March. Late in the month is a good time for long-line trolling with jigs and minnows.Catfish: Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports that drifting cut herring, shad or white perch in mid-depths should be the best pattern in February.

Monday, Feb 05 2024




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Greenwood

RECEIVE FISHING REPORT UPDATES!


Rating - Very_Good

Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that in February bass will start to move shallower due to seasonal factors, and they should start to get into the vicinity of their pre-spawn locations. Depending on water conditions shallow-running crankbaits, spinnerbaits, Chatterbaits, and jigs should all work. Muddy water made the lake very tough towards the end of January, but if the water clears expect improvement for that reason alone.Striped bass: Guide Josh Wilson (864-871-6305) reports that in February striped bass could be found anywhere on Lake Greenwood, but the key to finding them is to locate the bait. Casting at diving birds with Alabama rigs or bucktails is the technique of choice and you can also pull bait.Crappie: Captain Roland Addy (864-980-3672) reports that the first two weeks of February usually look a lot like January on Lake Greenwood, and fish will be found suspended somewhere around the creek mouths and the main channel. However, later in the mouth when water temperatures rise fish will push further into the creeks and prepare to spawn in March. Late in the month is a good time for long-line trolling with jigs and minnows.Catfish: Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports that drifting cut herring, shad or white perch in mid-depths should be the best pattern in February.


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