The South Carolina DNR stocked a little over 32,000 trout into a few different locations last week. That’s a great number but the amount of rain we’re currently getting across the Upstate is probably going to kill any good fishing you’d find out there.
Last week saw a major stocking into Lake Jocassee as well as the Chattooga River and Chauga River delayed harvests.
Fishing this time of year at most of the local streams and rivers is way down anyway, as most simply won’t get out there when the weather turns cold. Add to that the rain we’re currently experiencing and the fishing is not going to be all that great the next few days.
If you head out on any of the local waters over the next few days, let me know how it goes!