Episode 027 Does Joey give up his secret sauce? Searching for bass on Lake Murray.
Today I am joined by both Brian Hacker and Joey McCormack. We talk a little about the WSL revised tour schedule before jumping into the FLW Lake Murray event. Joey goes through some of his prep for the big show and his tips and techniques for catching bass. We hope you enjoy our Point Break antics along the way. Joe gives some great nuggets about improving your fishing so I recommend listening all the way through. Highlights: WSL Changed tour revised schedule: https://stabmag.com/news/breaking-wsl-cans-snapper-adds-two-brand-new-tour-stops-in-australia/ Newcastle Narrabeen Margaret River Rottnest Island Shark attacking spear fishermen: https://www.instagram.com/p/CLhLiGVhiT_/?igshid=s4dbniqvb31o Saltwater Croc attacks a goose: https://www.instagram.com/reel/CLh8ZxvJQ07/?igshid=9da4hzvqc6o6 How does Joey approach new water? Joey goes through what he would do to practice for events, covering water and what was working in Lake Murray. These tips are great for approaching any body of water. Please leave us a rating and review and if you enjoyed todays podcast, please let us know in the comment section. If interested, please leave us a message to have your questions or comments played during the show. As always, you can find us everywhere you listen to your podcasts as well as on YouTube and Instagram. https://linktr.ee/HackerOutdoors . Joey can be found on instagram @joeymccormack81 https://www.instagram.com/joeymccormack81/ and Snapchat at Joey4881 .--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hackeroutdoors/message
Episode 025 Lake Murray South Carolina MLF Big5 Phoenix BFL Recap
On todays episode I am joined with Joey McCormack where he recaps the conditions on February 13, 2021’s Lake Murrays Fishing Tournament. I’ll leave a little spoiler. It was COLD! Please leave us a rating and review and if you enjoyed todays podcast, please let us know in the comment section. If interested, please leave us a message to have your questions or comments played during the show. As always, you can find us everywhere you listen to your podcasts as well as on YouTube and Instagram. https://linktr.ee/HackerOutdoors Joey can be found on instagram @joeymccormack81 https://www.instagram.com/joeymccormack81/ and Snapchat at Joey4881 .--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hackeroutdoors/message
Columbia SC Real Estate Podcast with Lance Woodley
If you’re thinking of buying or selling a home along Lake Murray, there are some important rule changes you need to know. Whether you’re buying or selling a home along Lake Murray, there’s something important you must know: The rules governing the lake are changing. In fact, they’ve been changing little by little over the years, and today I have a few tidbits to share. First, once Dominion Energy gets their hydro license approved, they’ll be able to sell 50 acres per year. To have a dock approval, though, you must have at least 200 feet of shoreline. If you’re a seller and you don’t have a dock permit, this means it behooves you to get one. As we all know, lots with docks are more valuable than lots without them. Moving forward, make sure you’re aware of the ever-changing rules governing Lake Murray so you can get the most value out of your property. If you have any questions about this topic, don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’d love to help you.
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Columbia South Carolina Real Estate Podcast with Brent Downing
Lake Murray isn’t going anywhere. Here’s what you need to know about the current state of the lake.Buying a home? Click here to perform a full home searchSelling a home? Click here for a FREE Home Price EvaluationWhether you've seen it during your lake home search or have simply driven by, you may be curious why Lake Murray's water is down so far. There's a good reason for the decreased water level, which I'll be sharing with you today.Every year during the winter, they usually drain the water down three or four feet from the summertime levels. This year, they decided to go down to eight feet below normal, which is 10 feet below full pool levels and 350 feet above sea level. As you can guess from these numbers or by looking at the lake, the shoreline is much lower than usual.However, don’t panic. Nothing’s wrong and nothing is happening with the dam. This is something that happens every three to five years, and they were actually supposed to do it last year. It helps owners maintain their shoreline, kill off unwanted vegetation, and more. At the end of February, we should have things back to normal.Nothing’s wrong with the dam, so don’t panic.Another thing I wanted to touch on was the Dominion buyout of SCE&G and how it affects the lake. As of now, there are no planned changes and I don’t think there will be any big changes in the future. If you have any questions for me about Lake Murray, Lake Murray real estate, or any other kind of real estate, don’t hesitate to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Columbia South Carolina Real Estate Podcast with Brent Downing
What should you look for when buying lakefront property? Here’s what we think.Buying a home? Click here to perform a full home searchSelling a home? Click here for a FREE Home Price EvaluationI’ve noticed that a lot of you are either looking to buy lake property or at least interested in it, so I wanted to give you a list of things to look for when buying lakefront property, specifically on Lake Murray.The first thing to know is that most people looking on the lake want to be able to put their boats in. For that, you’ll need to have a dock, as well as a dock permit from SCE&G. There are a few minimum requirements that you’ll need to meet.Another thing to consider is the lake depth at your dock. Can you put a boat ramp in? A floating dock? There are different options depending on your depth.Location plays a huge factor. Location also plays a big factor in property values out here. The properties closer to the dam (and to downtown) are typically a little bit pricier. The same thing goes for the properties with the best views. It’s all about location.If you are curious about buying a home on Lake Murray or just have any questions about what the homes out here are like, don’t hesitate to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.