Lake Greenwood Buzzard Roost Dam Fishing Report near Ninety Six, South Carolina

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Stripers in Lake Greenwood

on March 8th

Red (Rock Bass) Moss and others are catching some good Stripers early in the morning and late in the evening using fluke's with a bubble cork. Late in the evening's some 20plus lb fish are being caught on bommers and Cordell's. Crappie's ate hot right now on the greenwood side walk using minnow's 5ft deep under corks. Bream and shell crackers haven't started producing yet but wont be long with this warmer starting. Catfish are slow biting right now but best bet would be cut bait bream or gizzard shad. I will update my report next week to all you regular's will see at the river.(River Rat)

Striped Bass caught fishing Lake Greenwood Buzzard Roost Dam by Tight Lines

Location Details
Species Caught: Striped Bass
Weight: 18lbs and 0oz., Length: 37in.
Air Temp: 45 °F Water Temp: 55 °F

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