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Old 07-03-2004, 12:07 AM
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Lake Greenwood: Largemouth Bass: Good, using plastic worms and lizards around points and in brush piles in 8 to 12 feet of water. Floating worms and topwater lures early in the morning are producing some fish along banks. Stripers: Good, behind the dam using Bombers, Charlie plugs, and Flukes. White Bass and White Perch: Good, using spinners and small jigs in 8-10 feet of water. Some schooling reported. . Bream: Excellent, using redworms and crickets along shore and docks
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LAKE GREENWOOD: Largemouth Bass: Fair to Good. Using pig-n-jigs fish slow.. Stripers: Good, behind the dam using Bombers, Charlie plugs, and Flukes. White Bass and White Perch: Good, fish schooling well. casting and jigging Berry Spoons. Striped Bass: Good, using live shad 10-15 feet around river channel, schooling activity slow. White Bass: Fair. A few caught in striper schools
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LAKE GREENWOOD: Largemouth Bass: Very good, using spinnerbaits around structure at 2 to 6 feet. Good catches reported on floating worms around docks and sea walls in shallow water. Stripers: Good, behind the dam using Bombers, Charlie plugs, and flukes. White Bass and White Perch: Good, try casting and jigging Berry Spoons. Crappie: Good using small to medium minnows, mini jigs and slider jigs around brush in up to 10 feet of water. Good catches below the dam. Catfish: Good. Try using redworms in 6 to 8 feet of water. Bream: Good, with redworms and crickets along shoreline structure and docks in 4 to 6 feet of water.
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LAKE GREENWOOD: Largemouth Bass: Good, using spinnerbaits and Chatterbaits around structure at 2 to 6 feet. Stripers: Good, behind the dam using Bombers, Charlie plugs, and flukes. Good catches around bird activity over the water.
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LAKE GREENWOOD: Largemouth Bass: Very Good, using spinnerbaits and Chatterbaits around structure at 2 to 6 feet, with some bass moving into deeper water. Good catches reported on floating worms around docks and sea walls in shallow water. Stripers: Good, behind the dam using Bombers, Charlie plugs, and flukes. Also fair catches in lower lake with bucktails and Berry spoons. Good catches around bird activity over the water. White Bass and White Perch: Fair, Try casting and jigging Berry Spoons. Good catches up the Saluda River. Crappie: Good, using small to medium minnows, mini jigs and slider jigs around brush in 15-20 feet of water. Good catches below the dam using minnows. Catfish: Good. Try using redworms in 6 to 8 feet of water. Bream: Excellent, with redworms and crickets along shoreline structure and docks in 4 to 6 feet of water.
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LAKE GREENWOOD: Stripers: Good, behind the dam using Bombers, Charlie plugs, and flukes. Also good catches in lower lake with bucktails and Berry spoons.
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LAKE GREENWOOD: Largemouth Bass: Good, try crankbaits. Stripers: Good, behind the dam using Bombers, Charlie plugs, and flukes. White Bass and White Perch: Good, schooling activity reported. Try casting and Beetle Spins and Panther Martins in school areas. Crappie: Good, best catches at night. Use small to medium minnows, mini jigs and Slider jigs around brush in 15-20 feet of water. Catfish: Good, try using redworms in 6 to 8 feet of water.
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LAKE GREENWOOD: Largemouth Bass: Good, casting crankbaits and plastic worms on the bottom and jigging around structure in 2 to 3 feet of water. Stripers: Fair, using live bait, herring or shad 20 to 25 feet deep. White Perch: Fair. Try fishing deep with minnows, spoons and earthworms. Crappie: Good, using small minnows in 12 feet of water over brush. Catfish: Fair, using cut bait and worms on the bottom. Bream: Poor.
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