Lake Hartwell Fishing Charter

1-4 Guests • No Lodging • Public • Guided


My Boat is a 22 foot center console (low profile) w/front and back casting decks. My home is just 50 yards from Lake Hartwell and my boat is kept on the water ready to go at all times.

I specialize in catching fish on artificials - fly or spin - but live bait is readily available and productive.

Lake Hartwell, GA

Lake Hartwell is comprised of nearly 56,000 acres of water with shorelines of 962 miles. Lake Hartwell is the best lake in the South for stripers and hybrids. Located between Greenville SC and Atlanta GA, it is on the border of South Carolina and Georgia, about 1 hour west of Greenville, and 1½ hours east of Atlanta.

Other fish species include largemouth bass, bream, crappie and catfish. Numerous recreation areas, fishing piers, and bank fishing areas provide ample fishing opportunities. Fisheries habitat improvements include the maintenance of deep water and shallow water fish attractors and felling trees into water along the shoreline.

Charter Base Price includes 1 - 2 guests.

Additional fee applies for 3 - 4 guests.

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Your Host

undefined's Trip

Preston H

My name is Captain Preston, I'm from Commerce, Georgia and a graduate from the University of Georgia. I have been guiding on Lake Hartwell since 2001, but I have been fishing for stripers since the mid 1980's. I fish year round at least five days a week.

from $440/Experience

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

$55.00 Per Day


Base Price

$440.00 Per Experience


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Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Boat
  • Guide
  • Fishing Gear
  • Bait & Tackle



Gear List

  • Sun Protection
  • Sturdy, White-Soled Shoes
  • Weather Appropriate Clothing
  • Food & Beverages

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Rules & Guidelines


  • Spring is primetime with fish up shallow and eating well
  • Summer is slow for artificial, but good for bait fishing in deep water
  • Fall is top water time with schooling fish eating poppers and top water lures
  • Winter is prime fly-fishing time when big fish prowl shallow water and eating small flies and jigs on light tackle

Please note, we have a no-cancellation policy but can work with our clients to reschedule on a case-by-case basis. If you need to reschedule, contact me and we can work out the details.

Please note, there is a 50% nonrefundable deposit included with your payment when booking.

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