Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report November 2014
Tobesofkee: Temp: 76 degrees. Clarity: Clear.
Bass: Tournament pro Clayton Batts reports, “The bass have started making their move back into the pockets following the bait. The bait is already in the backs of the pockets, but the bass haven’t found them yet. Look for fish at the mouths of the pockets in the first week of November and steadily progress toward the backs of the pockets as the month goes on. The key to this bite is following the bait by either seeing bait on your Lowrance or visually seeing it and keeping an open mind because the bite changes by the hour. Fish your way into the pockets with a Spro Little John in nasty shad, and flip any docks with a green-pumpkin Big Bite Baits finesse worm and a 1/4-oz. Fish Catchin Fool tungsten weight. As November progresses, the bite will be the best in the backs of the pockets. These fish can be caught on a variety of baits, but my favorite way is to fish the sides and in the middle of the pockets with a Spro Aruku Shad in chrome blue. Try a variety of retrieves until you figure out how active the fish are that day. One day they might want it yo-yoed in the middle of the pockets, and they might like a slow retrieve down the bank the next day. Another great option when the weather gets cooler in November is a black/blue Secret Lures jig around any rocky banks that have deep water close by.”
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