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Old 12-17-2004, 02:46 AM
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LAKE HARTWELL: Stripers, hybrids on live herring, large shiners in river channels. Largemouth off points on crankbaits.
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LAKE HARTWELL: Largemouth Bass: Good, casting crankbaits off points, and jigs around structure. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, using live herring or large shiners with down-rods in deep water around river channels. Also free-lining with live bait.
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LAKE HARTWELL: Largemouth Bass: Good. Try casting spinnerbaits and crankbaits off points and jigs around structure. Good catches with live large minnows. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, trolling umbrella rigs at 30 to 35 feet, also free-lining live herring and large minnows and jigging in about 38 feet of water. Crappie: Good. Try umbrella crappie rigs, also using small and medium minnows and small crappie jigs over brush and structure. Catfish: Good, using cut herring, large shiners, nightcrawlers, shrimp and chicken livers on the bottom.
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LAKE HARTWELL: Largemouth Bass: Good, casting spinnerbaits and crankbaits off points and jigs around structure. Good catches with live large minnows, white flukes and topwater plugs. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, free-lining live herring and large minnows and jigging in about 38 feet of water. Crappie: Good, using umbrella crappie rigs, also small and medium minnows and small crappie jigs over brush and structure. Catfish: Good, using cut herring, large shiners, nightcrawlers, shrimp and chicken livers on the bottom. Bream: Fair.
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LAKE HARTWELL: Largemouth Bass: Good, casting spinnerbaits and crankbaits off points and jigs around structure. Good catches with live large minnows, white flukes and topwater plugs. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, free-lining live herring and large minnows and jigging in about 38 feet of water. Good catches around the dam with live herring at 15 to 20 feet. Crappie: Good, using umbrella crappie rigs, also small and medium minnows and small crappie jigs over brush and structure. Catfish: Good, using cut herring, large shiners, nightcrawlers, shrimp and chicken livers on the bottom. Bream: Fair.
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Striped and Hybrid Bass: Fair, 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. Use blue umbrella lures when trolling.
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LAKE HARTWELL: Largemouth Bass: Fair, slow retrieves with plastic worms and casting Carolina-rigs and jigging spoons. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Fair, with live herring on down line, drifting and anchored. Crappie: Fair, using medium minnows in about 10 feet of water. Catfish: Good, with nightcrawlers or cut bait on bottom at night. Bream: Good, using red worms around brush piles.
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