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Rising lake levels

Capt. Darryl Smith
December 18, 2008
Santee - Freshwater Fishing Report

We are getting water now here into the Santee Cooper Lakes to help us out of our draught. The lakes have come up 24 inches in the last 20 days, 12 inches of the water in the last 36 hours. We are still about 24 inches low. Water temps have come up from 49 degrees to 60.2 today when I came off the water. We had no wind today so we trolled for 8 hours. Caught 12 fish with the 5 largest being 17, 23, 24, 31, 39 pounds each with total weight of 204 lbs total today. The fish from the water warming have moved up from 40+ feet deep to 25 feet deep on the sides of hills. Still cut shad is the bait preferred. Look for the active fish on the edges of the riverbeds and deep drops. www.captaindarryls.com

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Catfish on the Santee Cooper Lakes and Rivers in SC with Guide and Pro Angler Capt. Darryl Smith with a 100 lb a day Guaranty. We have averaged 45,000+ lbs a year for the last 5 years straight. We have 17 Confirmed World Records, and have been featured in numbers of TV Shows, and Magazine. We supply all rod & reels, bait, tackle, boat, and boating equipement. All you need is a SC Fishing License, and what ever you wish to eat and drink in a days time. Fish in Comfort on a 30 Foot Crest Pontoon.

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3145 Long Meadow Rd
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Phone: 803-372-1398
Alt. Phone: 803-324-7912
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