1. Clarks hill Hybrids and striped bass.

  2. Clark's Hill Lake Striper Fishing Report
    Courtesy of Capt Tony Shepherd (Little river guide service) (706) 210-3474
    The Striped bass and Hybrids have ...more also reacted positively to the warming trend and are showing up in numbers on the shallow shoals, flats and points associated with springtime fishing. While some fish will be feeding in 6 ft of water, others will be feeding shallow in 60 to 90 ft of water while traveling along their super highways. Experiment on lengths of free-lines or how much small weight to add. Small weights can be a good thing but can also disrupt your trolling when getting close to shallow spots with undergrowth still present from the extended period of low water. Removable weights are ideal in this situation and can allow for a fast transition and conditions change throughout the day,
    Enjoy the weather while it last. I am sure that old man winter is not finished with us yet, but that will only serve to back progress up for a few days before the normal feeding resumes.
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  3. This weeks Crappie catches while fishing with Little River Guide Service

    Black Crappie with a Slab slayer jigs

  4. pink head 1/16 blk. chrtse tail

    Black Crappie with a slabslayer jig

    1. Tim Green 0
      nice..good fishing to you...
  5. Box full of hard fighting great tasting fish from Clarks hill lake while fishing with
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    5 lb. Hybrid Striped Bass and Striped Bass with a Live blue back herring

  6. another happy group

    Striped Bass with a live blueback herring

    1. Mary Fulp 0
      Now thats what I call a good day of fishing! Good job guys!
    2. Tony Shepherd 0
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Fishing Favorites

  • Species striped bass and hybrids
  • Waterway Clarks hill lake
  • Lure live herring


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