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  • Lake Greenwood Bass Fishing Report

    The bass fishing on Lake Greenwood has been pretty slow, but the good news is that the fish are starting to move into the shallow water, and the fishing is starting to pick up.
    The water temperatures are in the low 70s, and it is definitely a morning bite. At daylight work the windy side of the docks by throwing a floating worm in white or merthiolate or a shallow to medium running crankbait.
    After the sun gets up, continue fishing the windy docks but concentrate on the shady side of the structures. Switch to a 3/8 ounce mop jig in black/chartreuse or a green pumpkin worm on a Carolina or shaky head rig.
    There are a few schooling fish coming up on the shoals and in the backs of creeks so have a chrome Sammy or even a white Rooster Tail on deck ready to cast.
    The bass fishing on Lake Greenwood is definitely not great, but it is starting to pick up and should improve as the water cools down.
    South Carolina Sportsman Field Reporter
    Capt. Glenn “Teach” Corley