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Hartwell January 2015 Fishing Report
Hartwell: Level: 5.6 feet low. Temp: Mid 50s.

Stripers: Guide Preston Harden reports, “January is a transition month on Lake Hartwell. Stripers, hybrids and bass are still active early in the month. If we have a cold winter, fishing usually slows down by late January. Fish will eat small flukes on jig heads and bucktails. They will eat small clouser flies. They will eat herring, but medium shiners work better sometimes. The key is to imitate the small threadfin shad that...

Lake Hartwell Articles
As a fisherman, Chris Powell is most at home when he is on the pointy end of a bass boat with rods scattered at his feet and a target in range of his next cast. If that bass boat is on Lake Hartwell, then Chris is not just at home, he is in his own...

The chill of winter puts far too many anglers on the sidelines. Some of the biggest and most impressive stringers of fish you will ever see are caught in early February while air and water temperatures are at their lowest. My advice is to put on...

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