Clarks Hill Fishing Report April 2015
Clarks Hill: Level: 1.6 feet below full. Temp: 60 degrees. Clarity: About 6 feet visibility.
Linesides: Guide William Sasser reports, “The hybrids and stripers are starting to move toward the lower branches of the lake and are still being caught from a mix of freelines, planer boards and downlines. The best bite is coming on either herring or large shiners. The morning bite is pretty good around mid-lake points and creeks with the fish lingering in the 25- to 30-foot range and feeding heavily. Areas such as Plum Branch, Shriver Creek and Parksville are really producing, along with areas around Georgia Little River Bridge. The afternoon to early evening bite has really improved on the lower end of the lake near the dam and will only get better and better in the next couple of weeks. Pulling planers along the edges near the rocks at the dam on the Georgia and Carolina sides is producing some really nice fish. As the weather warms up even more, expect a wonderful daybreak bite first thing in the morning off the sides of humps in 30 to 40 feet of water.”
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