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Lake Jocassee

Lake Jocassee is a 7,500-acre (30 km2),385-foot,(117 m) deep reservoir located in northwest South Carolina created by the state in partnership with Duke Power in 1973. The lake is commonly known for the clean and cold Appalachian mountain rivers that feed the lake, keeping its waters cool and water visibilities clear...

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This Week on Lake Jocassee – November 30

Sunny skies! And warm too, a bit surprising this time of year. After a chilly and blustery mid-week, including Thanksgiving Day, the weather has turned near spring like. Today, Saturday, the temper...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – November 23

LOON(ER) LANDINGS. Please forgive the pun, but what a morning it has been. Thanks to the long-day plan of a couple of ambitious hikers, we were off and headed up-lake by sunrise, headed to Canebrak...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – November 16

WIND, AND LIES! Mercy, it blew a gale this Thursday. Gusts to 45 knots, said the National Weather Service. I don’t think it got quite that rough, but it certainly was no place to be in a boat. So w...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – November 9

PREPARING FOR EL NINO. I remember the summer of 2013 well. It’s hard to forget a summer that had rainfall every day. Now it seems that we are entering another period of near daily rain, and if so, ...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – November 2

MIXED BLESSINGS. ALL GOOD. What a week on Lake Jocassee. The first few days of the week were inundated by Ark building rains. We wondered if all the rain would take down the leaves, just as they we...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – October 26

PEAK WEEKS! They are upon us. The ‘peak weeks’ on Lake Jocassee are consistently the last week of October and the first week of November. It’s always later here than people expect. ...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – October 19

LIGHT! People love Lake Jocassee for the waterfalls, the crystal clear water, the wild rivers. So do I, but it is the light that attracts me most, and why more than any other reason that I live her...

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