The bass are starting to bed on Lake Keowee, but according to the tournament anglers fishing the March of Dimes Bass Tournament, the fish are still tough to catch.
Ray Stuart of Anderson won the March of Dimes Tournament with 17.09 pounds and the big fish of 5.42 pounds. Stuart said that he caught several bass on the lower part of the lake with a chartreuse/white spinnerbait by casting to....
The largemouth bite is hot on the Santee Cooper lakes, and the big ones are just as active as the small ones.
Brett Collins of Carolina Anglers Team Trail (www.catttrail.com) caught a 10.24-lb hawg at Santee earlier this week while fishing a tournament. Collins caught the bass on a Rat-L-Trap in shallow water and released it after weighing in.
Cabela’s North American Bass Circuit will hold a tournament on Lake Lanier on March 22.
The 2014 Cabela’s NABC circuit is better than ever with expansion to the Southeastern, US with a new Southeast Region in its first full year on some of the best lakes in the area. Each regular season event of only 75 teams or more will vie for a guaranteed first place prize of $10,000 cash at EACH....
The tournament anglers fishing on Lake Hartwell report that the bass are still in the prespawn mode, but the good news is that the fish are starting to move up into shallow water.
Anglers are finding fish on the ledges of creek channels and on humps out in deep water in the mornings anywhere from 20-40 feet deep. They are hooking these fish on Carolina rigs with finesse type worms in....
I'll be headed to lake Keowee for the first in the second week of March. Looking for any info regarding what the fish are doing, what portion of the lake should I focus on, and so on. Thanks in advance!
Lexington Jaycees Fish 4 Kennedy is a large mouth bass team tournament on March 14, 2014. This tournament is supporting The Kennedy Branham Foundation in honor of the late Kennedy Branham. First place prize is a guaranteed $1500. We are launching out of Spinner's Resort & Marina. The tournament begins at safelight and weigh-in is promptly at 3:00pm. For registration form or other....
For most of the anglers fishing the BFL Savannah River Division Tournament on Lake Keowee, it was a tough day on the lake, but for Mick Rhinehart of Pelzer, it was “a pretty good day.”
Rhinehart had a five fish limit for a total weight of 16-07 pounds, plus the big fish of the tournament weighing in at 8-09 pounds. Rhinehart netted $4315, plus $610 for the big bass, and an extra $1000....
It’s hard to believe, but it’s a crankbait bass bite on Lake Keowee. Just ask Eric Martin of Seneca and Brock Taylor from Pendleton who weighed-in 19.06 pounds and a big fish of 6.99 pounds at the B &T New Year’s “Eve” Tournament.
From the results of recent Keowee tournaments, winning anglers were bringing in fifteen to twenty pound bags to get a check. These money winning anglers....
With a few exceptions, it is pretty much a bottom bass bite on Lake Hartwell. Anglers over the weekend were bringing in catches from bumping or dragging baits on the bottom.
Anglers were pulling out bass from brush piles, creek channels, and humps while fishing from 15 to 30 feet of water. The best fish were coming from the big water and the Seneca and Tugaloo Rivers around Andersonville....
Lake Keowee tournament anglers say that you only need to bring two rods for November bass fishing, a dropshot and jigging rod.
The bait and the bass are holding in 20-40 feet of water in the creek channels, and it is definitely a morning bite. The bass are hitting best from sunup till 9:00, but the fishing is still good all day.
Only the fish are not “ganging up” on the holes, and....
Marcus Church of Seneca displays a 6.70 pound bass that he caught while fishing on Lake Keowee.
Church and his co-angler, Ken Elliott, were fishing a Keowee-Toxaway Fishing Club Tournament when he caught this nice fish.
Church said that he was jigging a ½ ounce Hopkins spoon in a creek channel when he locked into the largemouth.
Church won the club tournament with a total weight of....
Fall bass fishing is finally here on Lake Keowee. The water temperatures are in the low 70s, and the bass are scattered from the banks to 20 feet of water.
Fishing is good anytime, but the morning bite is a little better. Start out throwing a white fluke around banks, points, and shoals. Work the fluke fast for a reaction strike.
As the sun gets up, move to the docks and flip a 3/8 ounce....