What’s biting this week?

November 8, 2013 

•  Catfish: Good to very good. The bite in the middle section of the creeks seems to be better than out on the main channel, and the morning and late afternoon seem to be the most productive times to fish. Four out of five fish caught in this section of the creek right now seem to be channel catfish, but blues in the 3- to 5-lb. range – as well as some much bigger fish – are mixed in. Fresh cut shad, bluegill and white perch are all working well.

•  Largemouth Bass: Fair. Fish can be caught out on the main lake year round, but right now good numbers of shad have moved to the backs of the creeks, and bass have followed them. There is a pretty good topwater bite , and Zara Spooks have been working well.

Source: dnr.sc.gov/news/freshwater.html

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