Lake Moultrie is a great fishing location in the southeast part of the state. This 60,000-acre lake is part of the Santee Cooper Reservoir system. With 210 miles of shoreline, you’ll have plenty of places to cast out your line in hopes of catching bass, stripers, perch, crappie, pickerel, catfish, white bass, and sunfish. The lake contains several fish attractors that help encourage a thriving fish population. Lake Moultrie has many great places for fish to hide, including submerged stumps, heavy vegetation and standing timber. Just note that these can also be difficult to navigate around if you’re in a boat. You can hire local fishing guides if you want help navigating the waters. Lake Moultrie offers many great amenities, including a fishing pier, eight public boat launch ramps, a marina, stores, camping, restaurants, shopping, and lodging.
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Lake Moultrie boat ramps:
The following boat ramps provide access to Lake Moultrie.