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Lake Hartwell Seneca River Arm Fishing

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80.32 sq. km



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0 ft.

Species Present

walleye, largemouth bass, crappie, panfish / bluegill, trout, Catfish

What You Need to Know About Fishing Lake Hartwell Seneca River Arm

The north arm of massive Lake Hartwell is formed by the Seneca River where it flows southeast after passing through Lake Keowee reservoir where it receives the Keowee River from the north. The River then continues south past Clemson University before dumping to the larger portion of Hartwell. Like other lakes in this area, fishing this part of the lake is heavily influenced by the blue herring. Bass can be caught in locations of the blue herring bait movements using techniques like j-walkers, crankbaits, and Carolina rigs.
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