Lake Sinclair Fishing Report November 2013
Sinclair: Level: 1.7 feet below full pool. Temperature: 65-70 degrees. Clarity: Light stain.
Bass: Tournament angler Aaron Batson reports, “Bass fishing has been tough. Fish are scattered and has made patterns tough to dial in. Some bass are still keying on shad in the creeks, but they have began to move back out toward the main lake with cooler night temps. Start at the mouths of cove and work toward the middle. Fast-moving baits like spinnerbaits and square-billed crankbaits have been working to locate the schools. Once you find a few fish, slow down and work a 1/8-oz Net Boy Baits ScrewBall jig head with a Missile Baits Fuse worm in candy grass color. Later in the month the bass will begin to hold in the ditches of creek arms in 10 to 20 feet of water. Yo-yo a big 3/4-oz. chartreuse/chrome Rat-L-Trap in these areas for some good bites.”
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