Lake Greenwood Fishing Report Reviewed by Momizat on . Largemouth Bass: Very good.  Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that bass fishing is very strong on Lake Greenwood with very good numbers and sizes o Largemouth Bass: Very good.  Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that bass fishing is very strong on Lake Greenwood with very good numbers and sizes o Rating:
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Lake Greenwood Fishing Report

Largemouth Bass: Very good.  Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter reports that bass fishing is very strong on Lake Greenwood with very good numbers and sizes of fish being caught.  The best pattern has been fishing crankbaits, big worms and jigs deep in the 18 foot range around brushpiles.  Early in the morning some very nice fish are also being caught on Pop-Rs and floating worms fished shallow.

Catfish: Good to very good.  Captain Chris Simpson (864-992-2352) reports that channel catfish are biting very well on Lake Greenwood right now.  Drifting in and out of the creeks with shrimp, herring, bream and shad in 5 to 20 feet is working well.  Anchoring and fishing with shrimp and stinkbait on humps and points is also good.  A good number of flatheads are also being caught at night around points on live bait.

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  • John

    Have a tournament last weekend October any suggestions haven’t been on Greenwood in years.

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  • Gavin

    Hey guys I got a tournament on Greenwood November the 18th. I’m probably going to go and practice this weekend I was wondering if any of you had any tips and tricks you could share so i don’t waste all my time trying to find a solid pattern. I’m not asking for anyone’s secret spot just hoping someone could point me in the right direction.

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  • Drew

    Hey guys i bass fish a good bit and have only been on greenwood twice. My father in law has asked me to fish in a little Sunday school crappie tournament the last week of Feb and i want to be able to put him on fish cause he never gets to fish and i have no clue on where to go and what to do. Just looking for a few suggestions. All responses will be greatly appreciated

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    • John

      Some of the best crappie fishing I have ever experienced on Lake Greenwood has been in the Saluda River (When it’s not muddy) behind Goat Island, and in the old Irvin’s Fish Camp cove. If you choose the Saluda, go to the mouth of the Saluda River and go left and fish the docks in that cove. I have had my best luck on chartreuse and black mini jigs (1/16 ounce), yellow and white, or slider jigs. Live shiners are always a plus around brush if he is allowed to use them in the tournament.Hope this helps.

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