Winter is a Prime Time For Crappie Fishing
During winter, crappie tend to congregate in deeper water, generally 15-30 feet deep, near the mouths of major tributaries and in the main lake. Large schools are easily located with sonar electronics.
Lake Hartwell Fishing Report - 3/8/2013LAKE HARTWELL IS DOWN 6.2 FEET, CLEAR & 49 DEGREES
- Bass fishing is fair and the fish are trying to move up. Anglers still seem to prefer the crank baits for the majority of the bass fishing.
Lake Hartwell Fishing Report - 2/15/2013
February 15, 2013
LAKE HARTWELL IS DOWN 8.44 FEET, CLEAR & 49 DEGREES
LAKE HARTWELL IS DOWN 8.44 FEET, CLEAR & 49 DEGREES - Bass fishing is slow as the surface temperatures slowly continue to fall. The fish have moved to deeper water as cold front as another cold front passes through.
Lake Hartwell Fishing Report - 1/18/2013
LAKE HARTWELL IS DOWN 12.75 FEET STAINED & 54 DEGREES - Bass is fair and the bait fish have moved into creeks and main pocket and the bass are feeding up. The birds are just beginning to show up and they are good indicators as to where the fish and the bait are located.