Another Lake Hartwell Walleye.... Caught fishing for Walleye! Water Temp over most of the lake is in the low 50's... I've been seeing a lot of 52 degrees with the creeks holding muddier water going up to mid 50's. Crappies are starting to show up on the Banks. Weather is key now. We need the warm days backed with consistent weather patterns. We had a couple hard cold fronts with rain and wind throw a screw ball in the fishing for a few days last week. It looks pretty consistent for the next week or so. I'd expect a big push of Crappie to hit the banks this week. I've been seeing some nice fish being caught in the grass and off blow downs from the bank. I also have been able to see some good schools still on brush in 15-25 foot of water and even a large school off a rocky point in 30 foot of water, so there are plenty of deep fish yet. Bass are also moving shallow thinking about there annual spawn as well. A lot of Good things will happen as it warms in the next couple weeks. Things are starting to bloom and the fishing is going to get hot. Stripers have been pretty aggressive as well being able to be caught in most all the major rivers, dirty and clean. Artificial lures along with live bait will work great for them. Click on photo to read Walleye article
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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.