In northwest South Carolina, you’ll find an 18,000-acre fishing destination called Lake Keowee. This lake is home to all four black bass species. It also includes a healthy population of spotted bass, largemouth bass, bluegill, crappie, perch, and trout. And if you try your luck in certain areas, you may even catch one of the lake’s more elusive fish, like the redeye and smallmouth bass. You can fish from any spot along the 300 miles of shoreline, or head to the known hot spots, such as Skimmer Wall, Cowee Branch, The Hot Hole, Cedar Creek, Jocasee Dam, The Pond (Webb Lake), SC 11 Bridge, The Power Lines or Little River Dike. There are several boat ramps around the lake if you need to launch a boat, and several marinas that sell supplies. And if you’re looking for a place to spend the night, you can choose from several nearby campsites and RV parks
Lake Keowee Fish:
Lake Keowee boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Lake Keowee.