Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report October 2011

GON Staff | September 28, 2011

Tobesofkee: Temp: Mid 70s to 80 degrees. Clarity: Clear to stained.

Bass: Fair. Clayton Batts reports, “Fishing has been up and down with the weather but should improve as the month goes on. Look for bait to start moving into the pockets, and the bass to follow them. During low-light conditions, fish a Spro Hydro Pop around grass and any bait you see in the pockets. After the sun comes up, fish a Stanford Lures Patriot shad in citrus shad around these same areas and seawalls that lead back into the pockets and a Big Bite Baits Fighting Frog in hematoma around isolated brush. The other pattern that has been working is main-lake humps and points. The key to this bite is finding the bait with your Lowrance. If you don’t see any bait, don’t waste your time. When you find bait, throw a Spro Little John DD in citrus shad or a Stanford Lures Deep Cedar Shad in summer shad around the point or hump until you find the school. If you catch a few fish on the crankbait and the bite slows, switch to a Carolina rig with a Big Bite Baits green pumpkin finesse worm.”

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