January 30, 2015

LAKE HARTWELL IS DOWN 4.2 FEET & HIGH 40’S

Bass fishing is slow. Bass are hanging out on the ledges out on the main lake. Carolina rigs seem to be among many of the weapons used to catch a limit. Mid lake some anglers are using small lead head jigs and a Zoom fluke in pearl on an Alabama rig. The more active bass are still responding afternoons to the Rapala DT10 and #7 Shad Raps while working the deeper water. The shad color still seems to be the favorite lure. Anglers are finding a few shallow water bass along the bank especially between two points. The back side of sharp points is also holding good bass. Use the Husky Jerks and crank baits along with drop shot rigs. On the warmer days, expect the fish to be a little more active and move up to feed more often.

Our Bass Fishing Lake Hartwell book has over 100 key bass fishing holes. Ask for a sample at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for a sample. See our web site for Rods Reels and Lures for Bass DVD on sale.

The Forsyth County Parks and Recreation department will host an “Outdoor Fun Festival 2015” on April 25, 2015. The location will be the Caney Road Park in south Forsyth County off Highway 141. See the web site at www.outdoorfunfestival2015.com. Call 770 887 2217 Carrie Toth or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for all the details and vendor options.

Lake Hartwell Information

Weather report for Lake Hartwell

 

FREE! Sonar Seminars at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World in Lawrenceville, GA. Ken Sturdivant, Lowrance Professional Fishing Staff will be conducting seminars are the last Saturday of each month. All seminars are subject to change without notice. Seminars are subject to change without notice.

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