Lake Moultrie

Berkeley - South Carolina


  • 65 catches

  • 976 followers

  • 60 spots

Largemouth, stripers, catfish and Crappie all available. Excellent trophy potential including state and world records! 60,000 acres

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Lake Moultrie Fishing Reports

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  1. Another nice Blue Catfish. Love cat fishing! Had some folks who wanted to have some Catfish for dinner so gave him (and a couple of smaller ones) away, really hope ...more it helped them out in these crazy times.

    18 lb. Blue Catfish

    1. Dominic Smith 0
      nice blue there buddy
    2. Greg Lester 0
      NICE!!!
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  2. 16 lb. Blue Catfish

    1. Greg Lester 0
      Hi Jamie, I am new to Summerville moved here after retiring in Sarasota FL. I would love to spend some time learning how to fish here in the Low country.
    2. Jamie Sanders 0
      Anyone around Santee or in South Carolina or just visiting the Low Country in South Carolina and want to go catch a few Catfish? Just let me know! Love to take folks ...more fishing!
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  3. Anyone around the Low Country here in South Carolina or just here visiting and want to catch a few Catfish, just let me know! Love to take folks fishing!

    16 lb. Blue Catfish

  4. 15 lb. Blue Catfish with a live bait

  5. 16 lb. Blue Catfish with a Berkley Gulp! Alive! Angle Worms

  6. 6 lb. Largemouth Bass

    1. WOW!!!!!!
  7. My happy place.

    Largemouth Bass with a Z-Man Chatterbait

    1. Jason Schall 0
      Lake Moultrie is located in South Carolina. It is part of the Santee lake system, which also includes Lake Marion.
    2. WHERE IS LAKE MOULTRIE? THAT IS REASON I JOINED AND PAID FOR THIS PROGRAM.
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  8. Got some small ones

    Blue Catfish

  9. I am interested in putting in at Cypress Gardens ramp but have never been on the water there. Can you go both upstream and downstream? Deep enough? I have a 16" ...more Bass boat.
    Any advice would help

    1. scott martin 0
      "Help"
      I have recently moved to Goose Creek area and looking to go large mouth bass fishing in the Cooper River. Can someone point me into the right direction ...more for fishing in Nov/Dec. I have limited experience fishing grass/rice fields. Any help with lures or depths would be greatly appreciated.
      Thanks Scott
    2. Ron Siedlecki 0
      sidwink1022@msn.com Looking for information "HELP"
      I moved to Myrtle Beach 3 years ago from Bethlehem Pa. and I love Largemouth Bass fishing. Lake Moultrie ...more looks like it could be a great place but it is such a large lake I need help getting started with some helpful advice from someone who is familiar with the spots to fish." PLEASE HELP" I may even drive down and stay somewhere (?) for a few days and just fish. Thanks, Ron
    3. Ron Siedlecki 0
      I moved to Myrtle Beach 3 years ago from Bethlehem Pa. and I love Largemouth Bass fishing. Lake Moultrie looks like it could be a great place but it is such a large ...more lake I need help getting started with some helpful advice from someone who is familiar with the spots to fish." PLEASE HELP" I may even drive down and stay somewhere (?) for a few days and just fish. Thanks, Ron
    4. Bill Rose 0
      Thanks for the info. now my trailer lights quit working 🥴
    5. Ben Crimminger 0
      If you want to have success on the Cooper, you also need to learn how to read the tides and fish accordingly. The learning curve took longer than I care to admit ...more for me.
    6. Ben Crimminger 0
      The Cypress Garden landing is actually on the Cooper River, not Lake Moultrie, although it is part of the Santee Cooper System. If you launch at Cypress Gardens ...more you will be able to go up river and down. The most productive fishing is in the West Branch of the Cooper. That would mean you head towards the locks on Moultrie from launch. Any of the water on the way is usually pretty good.
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