Lake Blackshear Fishing Report – December 2010
Blackshear: Level: 4 feet below full pool. Temp: Mid 60s. Clarity: Clear; 2-foot visibility.
Bass: Good. Jason Bryan, winner of the Blackshear Buddies Nov. 20 tournament with 17.7 pounds, caught a lunker 7.7-pounder that hit a DT10, CBT shad-pattern crankbait. Jason reports, “The bass are moving with the shad this month as usual. In the mornings fish tend to be around rocks, boat ramps, seawalls etc. Small, citrus-shad, CBT crankbaits will catch a nice limit early. As the sun gets up and the wind blows, fish the flats in the backs of the creeks with a chrome/blue Trap. This will produce a few keepers. Keep a topwater lure handy to throw at an occasional school that may come to the surface. Until the water drops below 59 degrees, the fish will remain on this pattern. Toward the end of the month, the fish will make a winter migration to deeper rocks and deeper docks. Once the temp drops, throw the CBT crankbait around the rocks all day, and this will produce a nice catch.”
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