Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report – February 2010
GON Staff | January 26, 2010
Tobesofkee: Level: Full pool. Temp: 47 to 50 degrees. Clarity: Muddy.
Bass: Tough. Clayton Batts reports, “Fishing is tough right now, and even getting a bite is difficult. Rocky seawalls have been producing what little action that is going on. Throw a Spro Little John in citrus shad or a No. 7 Shad Rap in firetiger, and make sure to bump them off the rocks to create a reaction strike. There have also been a few fish falling for a black/blue Spro finesse jig around docks and rocky banks. When the water begins to clear, the fish will start biting again. By the end of January, the fish will have started moving up on the flats that have deeper water close by. Fish docks and any other cover up on the flats when it starts to warm up. Throw a black/blue Spro finesse jig or Little John in citrus shad around the dock posts and any other structure you can find. If a cold front comes in or it doesn’t get any warmer, fish the first break around these same flats. Throw a Big Bite Baits 6-inch finesse worm in black on a Carolina rig looking for any cover that is on these breaks. When you catch one fish slow down, because they will start bunching up on these breaks and points by the end of the month.”
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