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Captain Bill Plumley

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Bill's Fishing Adventures LLC
555 Meyers St.
Kettle Falls , Washington 99141
United States

Company Description: Book a Lake Hartwell fishing trip with Captain Bill's Fishing Adventures guide service! Lake Hartwell guide service rates, fishing photo gallery and other lake...   more
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Lake Hartwell Fishing Guide Services
www.lakehartwellfishing.com, 22 July 2013 [cached]
Capt. Bill Plumley, owner and operator of Capt. Bill's Fishing Adventures, LLC. is a licensed US Coast Guard Captain with 30 years fishing experience on Lake Hartwell. His goal is to provide his clients with a fun-filled day of fishing with the utmost professionalism and attention to detail.
Captain Bill Plumley reports ...
www.wezl.com, 3 May 2012 [cached]
Captain Bill Plumley reports the fish are schooling in the morning. Best catches at 25-35 feet off points on downlines. Fish are scattered all over the lake, but the heat will eventually move them into bigger water. Catfish: Fair to good. Captain Bill Plumley reports the blue catfish are moving deeper, flatheads are in the main lake with channel cats across the lake in 10-20 feet of water with best results off red worms. Crappie: Fair. Captain Bill Plumley reports the best results are at night off bridges.
South Carolina fishing reports :: Makofever fishing reports and tournament informaton 
www.makofever.com, 13 Jan 2011 [cached]
Captain Bill Plumley and Captain Steve Pietrykowski report that striper fishing slowed down in the latter half of November even before the cold weather arrived, but the cold fronts of the last week or two have hurt the bite even more.
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Captain Bill Plumley reports that crappie fishing continues to pick up, with the best bite now being reported around brush in 15-25 feet of water.
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www.makofever.com, 12 Jan 2011 [cached]
Captain Bill Plumley and Captain Steve Pietrykowski report that striper fishing slowed down in the latter half of November even before the cold weather arrived, but the cold fronts of the last week or two have hurt the bite even more. Most fish are moving up the Seneca and Tugaloo Rivers following bait concentrations, and they are best targeted with live herring rigged on free lines and planer board rigs. When water temperatures drop below 50 degrees umbrella rigs will become productive. * Crappie: Fair. Captain Bill Plumley reports that crappie fishing continues to pick up, with the best bite now being reported around brush in 15-25 feet of water.
Capt. Bill Plumley of Capt. ...
www.southcarolinasportsman.com, 18 July 2012 [cached]
Capt. Bill Plumley of Capt. Bill's Fishing Adventures said that in the past week or two, he's caught plenty of fish each trip, including one recent morning when his party caught more than 20.
"The best part isn't necessarily the numbers of fish being caught right now, but the size," said Plumley (864-287-2120). "Most of the fish we've caught have been in the 7- to 15-pound range, and that's a good size fish for this time of year."
Plumley likes to use only live blueback herring during the summer doldrums. Using a down-line system of fishing, he tips his medium-weight rod with one small to medium herring and the fish are liking what he's offering lately.
"We're fishing anywhere from 40 to 60 feet, which seems to be where the fish are hanging out right now," he said. "And we've been catching them from what I call mid-lake to the dam."
Plumley said the fish are typically hanging out around structure, mainly around the lake's numerous submerged trees, and they haven't been in one spot for more than one day.
"They're definitely on the move," he said. "If you catch fish in one spot today, chances are they won't be there tomorrow."
He's also seen a lot of people trolling lately, and that type of fishing usually picks up around mid-July, he said, but, don't count on seeing him pulling a line behind his boat.
"I like to know where the fish are before I cast a line," Plumley said.
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