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Clarks Hill October 2014 Fishing Report
Clarks Hill: Level: 4.1 feet below full pool. Temp: Falling into the 70s. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Good. Look for fish to continue pushing shallow as water temps fall. Look for an early bite on Zoom Trick Worms, buzzbaits and Pop-Rs. Later on, fish the edges of the grass or any brush with a 1/4-oz. shaky head worm.

Linesides: Look for hybrids stacked up on the sides of shoals, humps and underwater islands waiting to feed on herring. Downlining live herring and cut bait...

Clarks Hill Articles
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...

If you wait for the peak of spawning in March to go crappie fishing, you are missing out on some of the best fishing of the year, especially for big fish. Clarks Hill, a 71,000-acre reservoir on the Savannah River, offers great crappie...

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