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  • Hybrids/Stripers Have Moved on Lake Hartwell

    Jon at the Bait Shop in Anderson said that the hybrids/stripers have moved up from the dam to the rivers and creeks.

    In the Seneca River anglers are catching fish by trolling in 25-35 feet of water with gizzard shad being the number one bait right now. Although the fish are not big, good catches are coming in of small to medium size hybrids/stripers.

    Anglers are pulling planner boards with blueback herring in Conoross and Eighteen Mile Creek. Start at mouth of the creeks on the points and work to the back.

    Also while working the points, try jigging ¼ ounce green Berry Flex It spoons off the bottom in 25-35 feet of water when you see fish on the fish finder.

    Anglers are bringing in good catches of hybrids, stripers, with some spots and catfish mixed in, but the really big fish have been hard to come by.

    South Carolina Sportsman Field Reporter
    Capt. Glenn “Teach” Corley