Lake Sinclair Fishing Report – June 2019
Sinclair: Level: 1.5 feet low. Temp: 76-82 degrees. Clarity: Slight stain with a 1 to 2 foot visibility.
Bass: Good. Tournament angler Mark Denney Jr.reports, “Fish can be caught both shallow and deep as we move further into June. The bass have now entered their postspawn stage, and summer patterns are becoming increasingly productive as more fish continue to move offshore. Topwater lures first thing in the morning around grass and seawalls can generate a few bites before the sun gets up. A spinnerbait or ChatterBait in the grass is also a good way to pick off a few active fish when they don’t want a topwater presentation. As the sun begins to position the fish under shade, a big Texas-rigged worm or jig skipped under docks is a consistent producer during the warmer months. As the temperatures continue to rise, look to target points and brushpiles in 18 to 22 feet of water as bass will seek out cooler water temperatures to get away from the summer heat. A Carolina rig, crankbait and jig are all good choices for targeting offshore cover and structure throughout the day. A shaky head or drop shot are both good ways to catch some decent keepers if bites are hard to come by and the fishing is tough. Crankbaits such as a Blademaster Lures Big Boss Hawg is also a consistent producer on rip-rap and should continue to generate bites throughout June. Be on the lookout for a mayfly hatch this month, as these locations will certainly produce fish if you can find an active area first thing in the morning.”
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