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 Post subject: SCDNR FISHING TRENDS
PostPosted: Tue Dec 13, 2005 10:11 pm 
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Location: Lake Murray SC
Lake Hartwell: Largemouth Bass: Fair, try using 8 to 10 inch blue worms at night and live large minnows also white flukes and topwater flukes in morning and evenings. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, schooling early morning and evening. Catches around the dam with live herring at 40 to 60 feet. Fair at daybreak on cut bait on points or breaks. Trolling umbrella rigs, free-lining live herring and large minnows and jigging in about 38 feet of water. Crappie: Fair, some catches at 25 to 30 feet with small to medium minnows. Also, try using mini-umbrella rigs. Catfish: Fair, using cut herring, large shiners, nightcrawlers, shrimp and chicken livers on the bottom. Bream: Fair. Try using redworms and crickets under boat docks and bridges and brush piles.


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