Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report – December 2009
Tobesofkee: Level: Full pool. Temp: 64-66 degrees. Clarity: Muddy.
Bass: Fair. Clayton Batts reports, “The bite is tough with the water being so muddy, but the bass have followed the bait to the backs of the pockets. Throw a white/chartreuse or all chartreuse spinnerbait with double Colorado blades or an Aruku Shad Jr. in chrome/blue or purple rain in the backs of these pockets where you see bait flickering on the surface. There is also a decent jig bite going on, and it should only get better as the water continues to cool. As December begins, the bass should be making their move more to the main lake. Follow the bass back out of the pockets by fishing the ditch es and channel banks with a Spro Little John crankbait in spring craw or citrus shad depending on the water color. Or try a black/blue Spro finesse jig around the docks. If the docks have brush on them, even better. There are several options when the fish get back out in more of a wintertime pattern. The first is to fish a black/blue Spro K finesse jig with a black/blue Big Bite Baits Fighting Frog trailer around main-lake rockpiles and docks that have deep water on them. Another option is to throw a Carolina rig with a Big Bite Baits finesse worm in green pumpkin or red bug, or try a Spro Little John DD crankbait in citrus shad or nasty shad on points and channel swings on the main lake.”
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