That park is off I85 there in Fair Play. Thanks for the tips and if you have any other ones I'll be glad to take those to, Good luck in the morning. If any of ...more you are ever up in the mountains of NC let me know.
Good luck in the worlds!! I tell you my "plastic" fishing needs work! Just have no luck. Probably my technique. Hard baits, no problem. Most luck with ...more silver or blue minnows. Floating in morning n jointed evenings. I have a jointed megabass 110 that off the deeper points seems to work really well. I just bought a fidhfinder for my yak so I m hoping that will help with locating some bottom structure. I headed out tmrw morning early. Let youse know
I like to throw top water until about 9 in the morning then I go deep to fish over brush piles. Top water: Pop-R, Sammy, And Chugg Bugg. Over brush piles I will ...more still throw a heddon supper spook chrome/blue, then work with a drop shot with a Robo worm morning dawn. Then I will throw a fish head spin near the brush pile. Last but not least a green pumpkin or pumpkin jig. Top water bite again at 7:00 in the afternoon. Don't be afraid to throw that super spook over brush piles for a couple of cast. Trust me. I'm going to World Finals! -Greg Morris and Justin Higgins
You are a ways up the arm Eli. Justin, what park? I know the area near Clemson which is north part of hartwell but much the same all over. Early morning and ...more dusk for a top water bite. I typically use rapala minnow in silver or live herring. I look for the mouth [f rivers or coves with deeper water. During the heat of the Day fish are deep so sh@key heads or drop shotting around docks. The bottom and shore line is pretty bare of structure. Eli may have some tips also. Good luck