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Lake Waccamaw Fishing Report

NC (Columbus)

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    Summary

    What you need to know about fishing Lake Waccamaw

    Lake Waccamaw is a lake like none other in North Carolina. With a max depth of 12 feet, fishing shallow grass will prove to be the most productive method. Largemouth Bass and White Bass are the most common fish to target and normally can be caught in good numbers. White Bass are often targeted with small crankbaits trolled or casted over weed beds. Largemouth are often found to be up shallow biting a swim jig or topwater frog.

    Waterbody Type

    Lake/Pond

    Coordinates

    -78.5076W
    34.2870N

    Surface Area

    35.77 sq. km

    Avg. Depth

    0 ft.

    Species Present

    Largemouth Bass, Crappie, Panfish / Bluegill, White Bass

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