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Clarks Hill December 2014 Fishing Report
Clarks Hill: Level: 6 feet low. Temp: 57-58 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Good. Tournament fisherman Jon Hair reports, “The fish are starting to make a push toward the ditches. Start about halfway back, and fish grasslines with a Greenfish Tackle Big Rubber Jig or a Creeper Head with a Zoom Speed Craw. Try the awesome new color called Clarks Hill Craw. You can get these baits at The Tackle Shop. Also look for schooling fish around this grass and have a weightless fluke...

Clarks Hill Articles
Clarks Hill largemouth are a different breed. I was there a couple of weeks ago with Jon Hair, a regular on the tournament scene on this east Georgia reservoir, and we had a blast on an 85-degree afternoon catching topwater schoolies in 50 feet of...

Summer is a great time for outdoor recreational activity, particularly if it has anything to do with water. Clark Hill, near Augusta, is a favorite of local residents and fun seekers from both Georgia and South Carolina who show up in large numbers...

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