Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report July 2012

GON Staff | June 27, 2012

Tobesofkee: Temp: Mid 80s. Clarity: Light stain.

Bass: Clayton Batts reports, “Bass are in their summer patterns but are not grouped up very well. The best bite has been at sunrise, sunset and late into the night. Fish main-lake seawalls and grass during these low-light hours with a Pop-R or a Spro Little John crankbait in natural colors. The night bite is getting better the hotter the weather gets and should be very strong in July. Look for man-made brushpiles around docks and points and rip-rap close to deep water. Fish these brushpiles and rip-rap with a Big Bite Baits finesse worm in any dark color. There have only been one or two fish in each pile, so the more you can locate the better. The daytime bite has gotten very tough with all the lake traffic and hot temperatures. During the day, fish a Big Bite Baits Trick Stick in green pumpkin or watermelon red under the deeper docks. The only other consistent bite during the day is dragging a Carolina-rigged Big Bite Baits Trick Worm or Bush Pig around points and humps that are close to deep water.”

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