Lake Sinclair Fishing Report July 2018
Sinclair: Level: 1.2 feet low. Temp: Mid to upper 80s. Clarity: Clear on the main lake, stained up Little River, especially after heavy rains.
Bass: Tournament angler Karl Pingry reports, “Fishing at Sinclair is fairly tough. The Carolina rig and crankbait bites have never really materialized. The best bet is topwater early, then start flipping docks. Try a jig, monster worm, magnum shaky head and a 6-inch lizard. One will be better than the rest on a given day. Best docks seem to be shallow and halfway back in the pockets, but don’t be afraid to venture farther back in the pockets if you are getting bites. I am told the catfish are on fire eating worms.”
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