Lake Sinclair Fishing Report November 2014

GON Staff | October 29, 2014

Sinclair: Level: 1.5 feet below full pool. Temp: 67-70 degrees. Clarity: Light stain.

Bass: Fair. Tournament fisherman Aaron Batson reports, “Fish are being caught on topwaters like Pop-Rs and Sammys. Also work a fluke on a jig head down the center of pockets for huge numbers of keepers. Grass is still holding quality fish, and they are being caught on Senko-type baits, like a Trixster Tamale worm. They are hand-poured baits and are catching lots of bass for us right now.”

Crappie: Allan Brown reports, “Crappie fishing has improved a lot with the cooler weather. Look for it to only get better as we move into November and the water really cools off. Trolling will become the preferred method of covering water and locating them. Troll jigs along creek-channel ledges or deep water looking for feeding schools. Dock shooting will pick up, too, as the water cools. Concentrate on docks with brush close to deep water. Crappie will also move into shallow water in the backs of creeks, and trolling 1/32- or 1/48-oz. jigs should produce some slabs.”

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