LAKE HARTWELL IS DOWN 8.09 FEET, CLEAR & 53 DEGREES - Bass fishing is fair. The bass are back to a normal winter pattern. There is a lot of wind this week and this will move the larger bass deep to structure. Wind blown points are still my favorite along with short stretches of red clay banks mixed with chunk rock. The points as well as the banks need to have deep water or a channel that runs close by. The bass are holding in the deeper water for the most part and move in and out on these areas to feed during the day. Even when the bass are holding in ten to fifteen feet of water and more, they will still hit deep diving crank baits like the DT10 and DT16. Another good choice for this deeper cranking is the new Glass Shad Rap in the number 7 size. For those anglers that just love to use deep water jigging spoons, some nice bass along with a variety of other fish are being caught using this method. Find the fish and the structure and have at it. Most fishermen are concentrating their efforts in water anywhere from 25 to 45 feet deep. Downsize your line and tackle for best results. Learn how to use the Lowrance Structure Scan and Down Scan technology with Southern Fishing “On the Water” fishing schools.
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