Hartwell is fishing good. Dress warm the mornings are a little chilly. Free lines and downrods with live herring are still working well. Now I seem to have alittle better success on my freelines due to the shallow water I have been finding some of my fish. Good depths to find stripers are from 10-50 foot of water. I seem to have fond most of my stripers in 20-30 feet. Fish are up the major river channels yet, but as it gets colder will back out a little and can be found in the mouths of the rivers in a little deeper water. Tight lines! As of Keowee, Spotted bass are still biting very good. The best bite has been first light and last light. Try using Blueback herring or Large shinners on Downrods in about 45 ft. Tight Lines, Capt Steve Pietrykowski
Call Capt. Steve: 864-353-3438
About the Capt.
Capt. Steve is a Registered US Coast Guard Capt. Being 32 years old, Capt Steve has made a living fishing for over 12 years. Capt. Steve has logged many hours on the US and International waters fishing for Salmon in the rivers of Alaska down to the Florida Keys after Sailfish and over to the Bahamas Blue Marlin fishing.