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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 – October 5

  GEEZ. I can’t believe it’s already October, most everyone’s favorite month around here. The colors of fall are already showing up radiantly along the lake shore, portending an early ‘color seaso...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – September 28

  Fall Equinox! If fell on Wednesday this week, and what a perfect first day of fall it was. Warm, calm and sunny, it was a remarkably gentile, peaceful day to be on the lake. And the last one for...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – September 21

  After last week’s rains, this week has been bone dry. And cool! 48 degrees one morning at sunrise. The winds have been chilly in the early mornings, relenting to calm and warm afternoons. ...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – September 14

  RAIN. Not all week, and not even all day, but at least we got some blessed rain this week. September is often the driest month of the year, so the dryness does not come unexpected, even in this ...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – September 7

  FORGOTTEN SUMMER, WEEK 2. Calm, quiet, hot. That would describe this week on the lake pretty well. The lull before the Labor Day storm, so to speak. It’s not that you feel the heat on the lake s...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – August 31

  AUGUST ENDS. It’s hard to believe, but this wonderful month is coming to an end. August on Lake Jocassee is so unexpectedly different than what most of us Southerners expect. Dry air, temperatur...

This Week on Lake Jocassee – August 24

  SECOND SUMMER. There are two summers, you know, that fall between the dates the sun sets for summer. The first summer, also known as People Season, begins at the Memorial Day weekend, and begins...

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