Lake Sinclair Fishing Report December 2014

GON Staff | November 25, 2014

Sinclair: Level: 1.6 feet low. Temp: 54-56 degrees. Clarity: Light stained.

Bass: Fair. Tournament fisherman Aaron Batson reports, “Bass have moved out of the coves and out on the main-lake points, humps and channel ledges. Carolina-rigged worms are getting bit. Try a Trixster Custom Baits 6-inch Money Maker worm in redbug and junebug for bites. Concentrate on red clay and rock in the winter. Also try a 3/4-oz. Net Boy Baits FootBall Jig in the same areas.”

Allan Brown reports, “Crappie fishing is on at Sinclair due to the recent cold weather. Beaverdam Creek (warm-water discharge) is the place to be. Trolling jigs has been producing some really nice-sized crappie. Also, most coves or little pockets in this area are good. Use your electronics to locate schools, and troll across them with jigs. Most crappie can be caught in shallower water due to the warm-water discharge. Trolling 1/32- or 1/24-oz. in your favorite colors will work good. Also, docks hold fish in the warm-water discharge area. Fish have been caught trolling in Rooty Creek and Nancy Branch as well.”

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