The morning temperatures of the water on the surface vary between the mid-80s and 90 degrees, and the state of the water has improved. The water levels at Clarks Hill are currently 329.02, which is slightly below the full pool level of 330.00.
The water surface temperature is already around 85 degrees in the morning. The water conditions have cleared and the pool is fully filled (330.00 is the complete capacity of the pool). The water levels at Hill Clarks are currently at 329.84.
The morning surface water temperatures are in the low 80s. The water conditions are calmer and less stained than usual, and the water level at Clark Hill is at 330.00 feet (330.77 feet is the full pool level).
The morning surface water temperatures are in the high 70s and due to recent rainfall, the water conditions in the backs are more murky. The full pool measurement is 330.00 and the water levels in Clarks Hill are currently at 330.64.
It took more time than anticipated, but the catfish fishing season in late spring/early summer has finally started at Clarks Hill.
The temperature of the water surface in the morning is approximately 75 degrees. The water conditions are relatively clear, and the pool is filled with 330.00 gallons of water (330.46 is the water level at Hill Clarks).
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About Clarks Hill (Lake Thurmond)
The lake, originally named Clarks Hill Dam and Lake, was renamed in 1987 to Strom Thurmond Reservoir. It is often referred to as Clarks Hill by the residents of South Carolina and Georgia, the states surrounding this body of water. The reservoir extends over 39 miles up the Savannah River, which is the longest run in its entirety. It has a shoreline of approximately 1200 miles and covers approximately 71,000 acres when the lake is at full capacity. This lake is one of the largest man-made lakes in the Southeast. It is located near the confluence of the Savannah River and the Little River in Clarks Hill town, South Carolina, close to the border of South Carolina and Georgia, approximately 22 miles upstream from Augusta, Georgia. The lake and dam were built by the US Army Corps of Engineers and are the last in the chain of lakes along the Savannah River.