• Clarks Hill Fishing Report - GA

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  • SOUTHERN FISHING SCHOOLS INC. is the ONLY full time Fishing School in the south. We have been fishing these lakes and streams of the south since 1957. We have attended more than 40 worlds championship events, that include 26 Bassmasters Classics, 7 Red Man All Americans and 5 BassNGal World Finals. We can teach anglers of all skill levels how to find and catch more bass

  • Clarks Hill Fishing Report - GA

    CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 7.44 FEET, 40íS

    Bass fishing is fair. The surface temperatures might be a little lower by the time you hit the water this weekend. More cold nights along with colder days and a full is here. Fish the edges of the grass mats would still be a good idea and south of Fort Gordon toward the dam and up into the Savannah River. The conditions can improve if it warms up and will increase the feeding pattern and get the bass moving a little more. Look for signs of the dead bait fish and work those deep water crank baits and spinner baits along the ledges and deeper water grass. Keep a Zoom Super Fluke tied on in case there is any surface movement. It may be limited but be ready. Most, if not all, of the grass should be brown in color and come loose easily. Once you find the edges, mark it with buoy markers as the winds will have an effect on your boat position.

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