Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report – April 2010
Tobesofkee: Level: Full pool. Temp: Mid 50s. Clarity: Muddy.
Bass: Clayton Batts said the water is still cool and stained, but the bass are starting to feed and getting ready to bed. “Look for fish feeding in the first third of wind-blown pockets. Fish a variety of moving baits, such as a Spro Aruku Shad Jr. and a Spro Little John, and let the water color dictate what colors you throw. As April rolls around, look for fish to still be feeding on these same baits, but also look for fish on the bed — if the water clears up — and for bass staging around docks. The bed fish can be caught on a variety of baits. Start out by flipping a white or green-pumpkin Big Bite Baits Pro Lizard into the bed to check the mood of the fish. If they show no interest, flip a smaller Big Bite Baits tube in the same colors into the bed. If you still have no interest, bounce a Spro Finesse jig to get their attention, and then come back to the lizard or tube. Not all the fish will be on bed this month. Some fish will be staging around dock posts. Fish a Big Bite Baits finesse worm in green pumpkin or red bug around the posts and any brush out in front of the docks for staging fish that are getting ready to bed.”
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