Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report – March 2009
Tobesofkee: Level: 3 feet below full pool and rising. Temp: 54-56 degrees. Clarity: Slight stain.
Bass: Good. Clayton Batts reported: “The lake is coming up after the winter draw down. The bass are still up shallow and biting a variety of baits. The fish are biting in 1 to 6 feet of water. The fish that are biting in the 1 to 2 foot range are biting Spro Aruku Shads in chrome/blue and chrome/black. The deeper fish are around deeper rocky shoreline and are biting a Spro Little John crankbait in spring craw or a Stanford Lures Razor Shad in pearl. As the lake begins to work its way back up this month and the water temperature begins to rise, look for the crankbait bite to disappear and the spinnerbait and jig bite to become the most productive. A black/blue Spro finesse jig with with 17-lb. Gamma fluorocarbon should be your best bet when the water first makes its way back up. Fish the jig close to any dock or wood as you can get it. When the lake gets back to full pool, fish a spinnerbait around the old grass and any wood around spawning flats.”
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