Lake Tobesofkee Fishing Report September 2014
Tobesofkee: Temp: 85. Clarity: Light stain.
Bass: Tournament pro Clayton Batts reports, “Fishing has been tough but should begin to improve as it cools down some in September. Look for bass right now relating to the main lake. Fish can be caught on humps and main-lake docks. The best docks have brush present around them. Fish the humps with a green-pumpkin Big Bite Baits finesse worm and a 3/4-oz. Fish Catchin Fool tungsten weight or a Secret Lures 3/4-oz. football jig. The dock fish can be caught on several baits right now. I have been catching them on a green-pumpkin Big Bite Baits Shaking Squirrel with a 3/16-oz. Gamakatsu Alien Head and a weightless Big Bite Baits Trick Stick in watermelon-red. There is also a topwater bite both early and late with the best bite being early in the morning. Fish main-lake grassbeds with a Pop-R or a Spro Poppin’ Frog for a big bite. As September moves along, look for the fish to start their fall migration into the pockets. Fish a Spro Aruku Shad all around the pockets. Remember that bait is the main factor in running this pattern. If there is no bait on the surface or on your Lowrance, leave and find a pocket with bait.”
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