Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report – June 2009
Tobesofkee: Level: Full pool. Temp: 76-78. Clarity: Light stain.
Bass: Good. Clayton Batts reports, “Fish are biting well right now feeding up after the spawn. Early and late, fish a Spro Hydro-Pop around main-lake grass and seawalls that have deep water close by. When the sun comes up, it’s time to go fish the docks and points. Fish the docks with a 3/16-oz. Big Bite Baits shaky head teamed up with a green-pumpkin Squirrel Tail worm and fished on 10-lb. GAMMA Fluorocarbon line. On bright, sunny days, the sun will have the fish positioned way back in the shadows of the docks, and on the more overcast days, they will be positioned on the fronts of the docks. On the points, throw a Carolina-rigged Big Bite Baits BioBait 6-inch finesse worm in red bug or tilapia around the steeper drops on the points. As the month goes on, look for the topwater and the night bite to be the most consistent. At night, look for the fish in brushpiles around docks and seawalls on the main lake where the channel sweeps in on the bank. Fish dark-colored plastics, and move it as slow as you can when you hit brush.”
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