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Lake Jocassee In South Carolina

Lake Jocassee, South Carolina

Boating, camping and fishing.

A scenic boating destination and one of the few trout lakes in SC, Lake Jocassee offers fishing for both cold-water and warm-water fish species. There are three public boat launch ramps for launching your pontoon, pleasure or fishing boat. Kayaks, canoes, pontoons and ski boats are available for rent at nearby Jocassee Outdoor Center, an off-the-water marina, which serves Lake Jocassee and Lake Keowee. Lodging and campgrounds with RV spaces are available at the lake. Trout, hybrid stripers, bass, crappie, catfish, pickerel, sunfish and white bass all thrive in this 7,500-acre reservoir. This scenic lake is located on the northwest border of the state with NC, at Jocassee, SC. Fishing from a boat is the ideal way to fish the 75 miles of rocky shoreline.

Area Amenities

Marina: YES (Off-water)
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
Campgrounds: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Lodging: YES
Convenience Store: NEARBY
Bait & Tackle: NEARBY
Restaurant: NO

Camping

Devils Fork State Park Campground - 864 944-2639

Jocassee RV Park - 864 380-5367

Under The Oaks RV Park Campground - 864 710-1407

Lake Jocassee Map

Fishing

Fish species found in Lake Jocassee include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, redeye bass, channel catfish, flathead catfish, black crappie, white crappie, rainbow trout, brown trout, bluegill, pumpkinseed sunfish, redbreast sunfish, redear sunfish, warmouth, white bass, yellow perch, hybrid striped bass and chain pickerel.

Largemouth bass Smallmouth bass Spotted bass Redeye bass Channel catfish Flathead catfish Black crappie White crappie Rainbow trout Brown trout Bluegill Pumpkinseed Sunfish Redbreast Sunfish Redear Sunfish Warmouth Sunfish White Bass Yellow Perch Hybrid Striped Bass Chain pickerel

Click here for a SC Fishing License.

Local Contact Information

Devils Fork State Park
161 Holcombe Cir
Salem, SC 29676
864 944-2639

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