Lake Sinclair Fishing Report December 2013

GON Staff | November 26, 2013

Sinclair: Level: 1.9 feet below full pool. Temp: 54-59 degrees. Clarity: Fairly clear to light stain.

Bass: Tournament angler Aaron Batson reports, “Bass fishing is fair to good. Fish are pretty scattered all over the lake and at many different depths. Some fish are already deep and can be caught on 3/4-oz. War Eagle jigging spoons and drop-shot worms. Good baits for the drop shot are Wackem Crazy Baits Big Sissy worm in watermelon or tomatoe colors. Look in Island Creek and the Airport Cove for these deeper schools. Mid-lake fish are being caught on medium-depth crankbaits like a Bandit 300 or Bomber 7A. Also fish the main-lake points with a 3/4-oz. Net Boy Baits football jig tipped with a Missile Baits Baby D Bomb in green pumpkin.”

Crappie: Tournament angler Allan Brown reports, “Crappie fishing has improved somewhat with the cold weather finally moving in. All major creeks and coves are good trolling 1/16- to 1/32-oz jigs. Beaverdam Creek is producing also. Watch the graph for the depth shad should also be present.”

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