Lake Sinclair Fishing Report – December 2010

GON Staff | November 23, 2010

Sinclair: Level: Drawdown has the lake about 5 feet low, but it is scheduled to be back at full pool by Dec. 1. Temp: Mid 50s to low 60s. Clarity: Light stain.

Bass: Aaron Batson reports, “Fish are holding on rocky banks with the water at lower levels. The rip-rap bridges up Little River have been holding some fish. A small worm on a Net Boy Baits Screwball jig head has been catching fish. Junebug and redbug are great colors. The Rat-L-Trap bite should get cranked up with colder temps all over the lake. Down the lake, deeper fish will be caught on Little Georges and 3/4-oz. War Eagle jiggin’ spoons. Look for gulls, and you will be very near the fish as they school for winter months.”

Crappie: Good. Allan Brown reports, “The lake is still in drawdown mode but should be back up by month’s end. Crappie are biting good for anglers trolling jigs over brush and creek channels. Troll 1/16-oz. jigs or Triple Ripples in 20 to 30 feet of water. Good colors are acid rain, popsicle and John Deere.”

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