Lake Sinclair Fishing Report – November 2010

GON Staff | October 29, 2010

Sinclair: Level: 2.2 feet below full pool. Temp: 68-72 degrees. Clarity: Fairly clear, but should be staining after rain.

Bass: Aaron Batson reports, “The bite has been good lately but mostly with smaller keepers. Work grassbeds and seawalls early in the day with 1/4-oz. Ol Nelle spinnerbaits and shallow crankbaits, like a 100 Bandit. Late in the day, work any known brushpile in 8 to 12 feet of water with a 1/8-oz. Net Boy Baits ScrewBall jighead with a Zoom Finesse worm to get some bites. Some schooling fish will be found down the lake later this month. Start watching for gulls. Throw Zoom Flukes and small Sammys to catch these fish.”

Good. Shooting docks and trolling have been working well in all the major creeks right now, said Allen Brown, but lower water levels will affect the bite. “The lake will be lowered 6 feet for dock repair until late November. This will change the pattern for a while. Troll main creek channels and any underwater structure to locate schools of fish.”

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