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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > June 2021 > Freshwater Fishing in South Carolina’s Largest Reservoirs
From mountain streams and small ponds to state-owned lakes and huge reservoirs, South Carolina freshwater fishing offers a lot for resident and visiting freshwater anglers. The most accessible and most widely enjoyed opportunities for freshwater fishing in South Carolina exist in the state’s largest reservoirs. Here’s an overview of freshwater fishing in South Carolina’s largest impoundments. The primary freshwater fishing species have been listed for each.
Explore South Carolina places to fish in our places to fish map! Remember that you’ll need a South Carolina fishing license to fish these and other bodies of water in the Palmetto State.
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Ken Schultz was a longtime staff writer for Field & Stream magazine and is the former Fishing Editor of ESPNoutdoors.com. He’s written and photographed nineteen books on sportfishing topics, plus an annual fishing tips calendar., and his writing has appeared on various websites for nearly two decades. His author website is kenschultz.com.
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