Lake Murray Regulations
General Fishing Regulations
Game Freshwater Fishing Regulations
Nongame Freshwater Fishing Regulations
Specific Regulations for Lake Murray
- Lakes Blalock, Greenwood, Jocassee, Marion, Monticello, Moultrie, Murray, Secession, Wateree, Wylie, and the middle reach of the Saluda River and the upper reach of the Santee River—no largemouth bass less than 14 inches in total length.
- On Lake Murray and the middle reach of the Saluda River it is unlawful to possess more than five striped bass a day. From June 1st through September 30th, it is unlawful to take, attempt to take, or possess more than five striped bass a day. On Lake Murray and the middle reach of the Saluda River from October 1st through May 31st, it is unlawful to possess a striped bass less than 21 inches in total length. From June 1st to September 30th there is no minimum length.
- Allowable Nongame Devices (Marking of Nongame Devices)
||1 line with 50 hooks maximum
||3 lines with 150 hooks maximum