Hartwell water temp. 68-70 degrees. Fishing over all the last couple weeks has been kinda tough. Instead of improving like it normally does, it got more tecnical
Ok... Its been a long time since I have Posted. Blame Me for not going to get my Computer at my office. I have just been fishing so much.... :).. Although the Smart phone was great for checking e-mails, it didn't upload photos or let me upload a fishing report. Fishing, well its been fishing. Schooling activity has been great the couple weeks. We are belowe 75 Degrees which that in a since will let the fish stay on the surface longer. Ive said for a couple weeks now, that the fishing has been a little better on those overcast days. On those days the Stripers will school all day. There hasn't been much of a down rod bite unless you are on top of the fish when they are schooling. There moving, looking for food and not in the same spot every day. Guess where I am getting is that it can be a little hit and miss. Still good, but you have to rely on them to show themselves on the surface feeding and not on the o'l Captains honey hole. It has been a very visual fishery lately. October is my favorite time to fish. If you like to catch Striper and Hybrid on top water, than this is the time to do it. We have a couple more weeks of this fishing before our Fall Turn Over.... Don't miss out Or it will be Dec till the fishing will improve.......
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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.