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    They can close the public ramps but not the lakes.
    If you're rich like Big Dawgg and have a place on the lake, you can keep fishing.
    Maybe I'm wrong?
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    SCDNR has closed all 16 state lakes
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    Larry can run them off the pier with the skills of catching fish and playing the "trumpet"
    Oh I could wrestle a monster fish

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    And also all my local water supply smaller lakes that I use! Never more than 3-4 boats launching at the same time. Bummer

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    Quote Originally Posted by brettw View Post
    They can close the public ramps but not the lakes.
    If you're rich like Big Dawgg and have a place on the lake, you can keep fishing.
    Maybe I'm wrong?

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    In this case , you are wrong. The 16 state lakes are closed to ALL access. I dont have a list but they do not include lakes like Wylie, Greenwood , Wateree..etc. Also, Hartwell and Russell are federal lakes. Not under the jurisdiction of SC Gov as far i understand. So access is not closed at this point. Clark HIll is probably the same too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KHNC View Post
    In this case , you are wrong. The 16 state lakes are closed to ALL access. I dont have a list but they do not include lakes like Wylie, Greenwood , Wateree..etc. Also, Hartwell and Russell are federal lakes. Not under the jurisdiction of SC Gov as far i understand. So access is not closed at this point. Clark HIll is probably the same too.
    here are the state lakes ;
    •Dargan's Pond Darlington
    •Draper WMA York
    •Jonesville Reservoir Union
    •Lake Ashwood Lee
    •Lake Cherokee Cherokee
    •Lake Edgar Brown Barnwell
    •Lake Edwin Johnson Spartanburg
    •Lake George Warren Hampton
    •Lake John D. Long Union
    •Lake Oliphant Chester
    •Lake Paul Wallace Marlboro
    •Lake Thicketty Cherokee
    •Lancaster Reservoir Lancaster
    •Mountain Lake 1 & 2 Chester
    •Star Fort Pond Greenwood
    •Sunrise Lake Lancaster

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    Quote Originally Posted by strmwalker View Post
    here are the state lakes ;
    •Dargan's Pond Darlington
    •Draper WMA York
    •Jonesville Reservoir Union
    •Lake Ashwood Lee
    •Lake Cherokee Cherokee
    •Lake Edgar Brown Barnwell
    •Lake Edwin Johnson Spartanburg
    •Lake George Warren Hampton
    •Lake John D. Long Union
    •Lake Oliphant Chester
    •Lake Paul Wallace Marlboro
    •Lake Thicketty Cherokee
    •Lancaster Reservoir Lancaster
    •Mountain Lake 1 & 2 Chester
    •Star Fort Pond Greenwood
    •Sunrise Lake Lancaster
    It’s so funny they(the state) complain about pleasure boaters and knuckleheads and then they close the state lakes which mostly are small and have motor restrictions lol. Places where fishermen and law abiding citizen usually go. Haha. Like lake thickitty. Ain’t nobody pontoon partying and sandbaring on a small lake like that. People maybe on the bank but come on! Or Draper. My gosh. The government has completely knee jerked this whole thing.


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    On Lake Russell; how about the ramp on the Georgia side (highway 72), would that be open provided the Georgia Gov. does not issue the same directive? I understand if true - will be busy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wylie View Post
    It’s so funny they(the state) complain about pleasure boaters and knuckleheads and then they close the state lakes which mostly are small and have motor restrictions lol. Places where fishermen and law abiding citizen usually go. Haha. Like lake thickitty. Ain’t nobody pontoon partying and sandbaring on a small lake like that. People maybe on the bank but come on! Or Draper. My gosh. The government has completely knee jerked this whole thing.


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    you can not blame Government for the one D and the ten Ts that get out there and congregate on the sand bars and islands !!! people know what they should be doing but they don't want to be TOLD they can't do something !!! and just in cxase the one d and ten Ts confuse anyone !!!

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    Lake Wylie is supposed to be closed for public boat ramps. Even said so on the news. That being said people are still putting in at Alison ramp. Law enforcement should be more involved by posting signs so people know


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    I understand the thinking behind closing the ramps. However there is limited bank areas to fish therefore very limited number of people can fish with a 6-10 foot spacing.
    That said is the State going to extend our fishing license for the time we can't use them? We pay for 12 months looks like we'll get 10-11 months use. Not a big deal for me in NC since I have a life time lic. BUT I pay $35 a year for my out of State lic in SC. I'd like a refund or an extension.
    Just saying
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