Lake Sinclair Fishing Report – September 2010
Sinclair: Level: 1.2 feet below full. Temp: 88-92 degrees. Clarity: Light stain to clear over most of the lake.
Bass: Fair. “I just fished the Saturday night event out of Little River, and we came in second place with a limit at 12.07 pounds,” said Aaron Batson. “It took just under 13 to win it. During daylight hours work deep docks in 10 to 15 feet of water with Texas-rigged lizards and Senkos in junebug or redbug colors. The Little River arm above the train trestle has been best for the dock bite. Expect the dock bite to improve some, and there will be some fish headed toward grass patches with cooler temps later in the month. Begin to concentrate on docks in 4 to 8 feet of water instead of the deeper stuff. The grass fish will be caught on 1/4-oz. Ol Nelle spinnerbaits and buzzbaits, especially early and late in the day. Some late-day schooling fish will begin to show up late in the month. Small 1/4-oz. Rat-L-Traps will catch them. Watch for schooling fish over open water in the dam area. They will be found on points and humps.”
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