Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report February 2011

GON Staff | January 25, 2011

Tobesofkee: Level: Full pool. Temp: Low 40s. Clarity: Clear.

Slow. Clayton Batts reports, “Fishing has been tough with all the cold weather. Fish a Spro black/blue jig slowly around docks, dead grass or rocks where the water is a little warmer. There have also been a few fish coming a little deeper on a citrus Spro Little John MD crankbait and on a Carolina rig with a green pumpkin Big Bite finesse worm. On bright sunny days, cover a lot of water with a Shad Rap or Little John crankbait searching for active fish. When you hit a group of fish, slow down in that area and go over it several times before moving on. By the end of February, the bite should get better. Look for fish in the middle of the pockets by the end of February. Fish a Spro Aruku Shad right down the middle of the pockets, and yo-yo it out.”

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