Lake Sinclair

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Location:
Milledgeville, GA
United States United States
Coordinates:
33.1991, -83.3227
Depth (max):
90 Feet
Distance:
15,000 Acres
Description:

Welcome! Beautiful Lake Sinclair is located in Central Georgia, approximately 90 minutes drive SE of Atlanta.

Lake Sinclair is owned and operated by Georgia Power, a Southern Company. The lake has been in existence since the 1950's. Until recently, Lake Sinclair has existed with little fanfare. Times are changing. Development around this lake is increasing.

The lake is large enough to enjoy all types of on-water recreation. 400+ miles of shoreline and over 15,000 acres of surface area. The lake is sheltered by the heavily forested hills that are found in this part of the state. This lake enjoys a lot of natural beauty. There are several scenic islands scattered around the lake. National forest and waterfowl refuges find their borders on Lake Sinclair.

This lake offers consistent water levels throughout the year and is boatable year-round. Unlike many of Georgia's better known lakes, Lake Sinclair is drought resistant.

Lake Sinclair is largely used by lake residents and people who live and house their boats, watercraft and RVs on the lake – thus access is as easy as lowering their watercraft into the water. For day or weekend visitors, Georgia Power provides two public boat ramps for public access to water recreation. There are also marinas and boat storage areas located on the lake. There are other areas of access to the lake including Oconee Springs Park and several "secret" public access areas. Lake Sinclair is the site of several fishing tournaments - both local and national - and attracts fisherpersons of various skill levels and interest. Visitors find fall and winter fishing at Lake Sinclair a special treat due to the mild climate and activity. There is also a popular fishing area below the dam near Milledgeville. Several recreation areas, such as Oconee Springs Park and Rocky Creek Park, provide day-use facilities that include picnic tables, grills, boat ramp and a small beach. There is camping and even cabin rentals provided at Oconee Springs Park, but not Rocky Creek Park.

Cover/Structure:

Coves and inlets, drop-offs, deep brush piles, underwater structure (humps).

Tips/Tactics:

Best fishing for largemouth bass in the early spring is on main points in deeper water or on underwater structure (humps). As the water warms, the fish move to shallow water to spawn. Anglers should try fishing drop-offs, deep brush piles, and lighted docks at night in the summertime. The edges of weed beds early in the morning or late in the afternoon can also be productive. In the fall the fish move back into the shallows of the creeks. Many anglers report their best success during the generation or pump-back phase at Wallace Dam, when water movement occurs, especially in the Oconee River arm. Baits to try include spinner baits, crank baits, jig and pig, plastic worms, lizards, or buzz-baits.

Spot Access:
Boat Ramp, Parking (car/truck), Parking (boat/trailer), Picnic Area, Power Boats Allowed, Swimming Area, Disabled access, Shore fishing access, Playground, Camping, Restrooms, Beach, Fly Fishing, Wading, Floating, Bait shop on site, Rental boats available, Marina
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over 1 year ago (06/13/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 06.13.13

LAKE SINCLAIR IS FULL, 84 DEGREES AND STAINED BY MATT HENRY, CALL 770 361 4210 (cell) or 478 451 0167WWW.SINCLAIRMARINA.COM MATT@SINCLAIRMARINA.COM.   Bass fishing is good. The best bite has been in the early morning or when Georgia Power is moving water. A good place to start in the morning is the Little River Bridge rip rap. Parallel the rip rap with a chartreuse Tru Trac Lures spinnerbait or buzz bait. When Georgia Power is moving water, crank t...
over 1 year ago (06/07/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 06.06.13

LAKE SINCLAIR IS FULL, 84 DEGREES AND STAINED BY MATT HENRY, CALL 770 361 4210 (cell) or 478 451 0167WWW.SINCLAIRMARINA.COM MATT@SINCLAIRMARINA.COM.   Bass fishing is great and the best bite is still in the early morning. A chartreuse Tru Trac Lures spinnerbait with double goldColorado blades is producing a lot of fish in the grass early near Sinclair Marina cove. A Main Event prop bait made by Kip Carter is producing some big bites early in f...
over 1 year ago (05/31/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 05.30.13

LAKE SINCLAIR IS FULL, 74 DEGREES AND STAINED BY MATT HENRY, CALL 770 361 4210 (cell) or 478 451 0167WWW.SINCLAIRMARINA.COM MATT@SINCLAIRMARINA.COM.   Bass fishing is great. The spawn is finally coming to an end. The last wave spawned this past week on the full moon. The dominant pattern is targeting post spawn fish. Kip Carter’s Main Event prop bait will produce fish in the morning up Little River in the stained water. Fish the sea walls at...
over 1 year ago (05/24/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 05.23.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS FULL, 74 DEGREES AND STAINED BY MATT HENRY, CALL 770 361 4210 (cell) or 478 451 0167WWW.SINCLAIRMARINA.COM MATT@SINCLAIRMARINA.COM.   Bass fishing is good in the early mornings and late evening. Top water baits are still the bait of choice in the mornings. The hot bait right now is the Main Event prop bait made by Kip Carter of Cello Bait Company. Look for a shad spawn early around Sinclair Marina cove or Little River Br...
over 1 year ago (05/20/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 05.17.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS FULL, 72 DEGREES AND LIGHTLY STAINED BY MATT HENRY, CALL 770 361 4210 (cell) or 478 451 0167 (SINCLAIR MARINA) WWW.SINCLAIRMARINA.COM MATT@SINCLAIRMARINA.COM.   Bass fishing is great. Bass are still in all stages of the spawn making fishing fun. The dominant pattern is going after post spawn fish. A lot of them have recouped from the stressful spawn, and are gorging themselves on the shad spawn and the shallow bream in t...
over 1 year ago (05/10/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 05.10.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS FULL, 72 DEGREES LIGHTLY STAINED Bass fishing is good but a little slower as weather keeps changing weekly. Top water lures and spinner baits are producing during early morning from shallow cover such as blow downs, docks, rip rap, grass, and shallow points. Anglers should experiment with varying types of baits because the best lure today may not produce tomorrow. Some excellent choices are: Super Spook Jr., Pop R, Chug Bug, Bang A Lure, b...
over 1 year ago (05/02/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 05.02.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.11 FEET & 72 DEGREES LIGHTLY STAINED   Bass fishing is good. The bass are taking white buzz baits and white spinner baits early in the morning, mainly in the central and upper lake. Some larger fish will take a one half ounce tandem gold blade Stanley spinner bait or a one half ounce buzz bait, both with white skirts. Blow downs and brushy docks located on or near the main river and creek banks are now working as more o...
over 1 year ago (04/26/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 04.25.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.51 FEET & 63 DEGREES, LIGHTLY STAINED   Bass fishing is very good and the fish are ready to spawn. Most fish are now in coves and protected bays, although a few remain along main lake banks. Many different type baits have produced recently, although a few have been better than most. Spinner baits have done especially well in the stained to muddy water. Single spin baits with large Colorado blades have been good during e...
over 1 year ago (04/19/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 04.19.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.51 FEET & 63 DEGREES, LIGHTLY STAINED   Bass fishing is good and the top water lures and spinner baits are producing during early morning from shallow cover. Fish the blow downs, docks, rip rap, grass and shallow points. Use a Super Spook Jr., Pop R, Chug Bug, Spin Bang A Lure, buzz baits and Baby Torpedo. Spinner baits and Zoom Super Flukes and trick worms will work. Shad are spawning lake wide. There are a lot of bass are aroun...
over 1 year ago (04/12/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 04.12.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.51 FEET & 63 DEGREES, LIGHTLY STAINED   Bass fishing is very good and they are shallow at 2 to 8 feet deep. Top water baits are catching a few fish and this should get better over the next few weeks. Original Rapala’s and Ito Vision 110 jerk baits are catching a fish in coves and pockets in the clearer water from Nancy Branch to the dam. On clear mornings, top water action may last for only 30 minut...
over 1 year ago (04/05/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 04.05.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.51 FEET & 58 DEGREES, LIGHTLY STAINED   Bass fishing is good and there are a lot of bass shallow at 2 to 8 feet deep. Top water baits are catching a few fish and this should get better over the next few weeks. Original Rapala’s and Bang A Lure’s are catching a few fish in coves and pockets mostly in the clearer water from Nancy Branch to the dam. Other baits like buzz baits, Pop R’s, Chug Bug...
over 1 year ago (03/29/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.29.13

March 28, 2013   LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN .51 FEET & 55 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is good. The fish are moving up shallow and setting up for the spawn. Check primary and secondary points in the mornings with Rat L Traps, shallow crank baits, and spinnerbaits. Try the new Mojo Flatbait made by Kip Carter (owner of Cello Bait Co.) If you want to order some contact Kip at kci575@yahoo.com. As the sun gets up, start moving up on the flats...
over 1 year ago (03/22/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.21.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.52 FEET, 55 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is slowly getting better in between cold fronts. Most bass are still being caught fairly shallow water at 3 to 10 feet), Also, there are a good number of fish remain deep. The primary key right now for catching shallow fish seems to be rocky bottoms or clay and rock mixed, especially near the mouth of coves. Some of these areas tend to be a couple degrees warmer which means more agg...
over 1 year ago (03/15/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.14.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.52 FEET, 55 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is fair. With the water temperatures rising fast during the warm weather, many more fish will be moving to shallow water. Some bass are just beginning to stage on shallow main river points and flats. Others are using secondary points and flats and the banks in between. And a few have already moved to the back one third of protected coves and bays. Small...
over 1 year ago (03/13/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.08.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.52 FEET, 56 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is god as the warmer weather heads in. Bass are just beginning to stage on shallow main river points and flats. Others are using secondary points and flats and the banks in between. And a few have already moved to the back one third of protected coves and bays. Small to medium crank baits and Rat L Traps continue to be the most productive lure...
almost 2 years ago (02/22/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 02.21.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.52 FEET, 54 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is fair to good. When all else fails, go to the Carolina rig or Shad Rap. On the Carolina rigs use a 5 inch Zoom Lizard in June bug with a 3 foot leader and half ounce weight. Depths are 4 to 8 feet along the bank and just inside the mouths of main river coves. Try the small crank baits like Shad Raps, Bandits and Thunder Shads have all produced good results this...
almost 2 years ago (02/20/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 02.15.13

  LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.52 FEET, 54 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is good. Some good fish coming from fairly shallow water. A few schools of bass remain deep. Small to medium sized crank baits and Rat L Traps are the main lure types producing fish, including large fish. Catches with these baits are coming from clay and rocky banks, points and just inside the mouth of coves, docks, and riprap. More fish will possibly be moving toward the middle and backs of...
almost 2 years ago (01/28/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 01.24.13

LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.68 FEET, 58 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is fair. Spoons and slow moving crank baits are fair. Some good spoons are a Flex it .6, Bomber Slab spoon and Hopkins Shorty 45. Chrome, white, and chartreuse have all produced. With the colder water, a short hop of 12 to 18 inches off bottom has been better than a higher jigged spoon. Carolina rigs are working well at times using a very slow retrieve. Little George’s and Rocket Shad’s can a...
almost 2 years ago (01/14/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 01.11.13

January 11, 2013 LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.68 FEET, 58 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is slow. Expect only a warming trend to get them going. There are some fish shallow on docks in the creeks but they are stuck heavily under dock. If there is a warm up this week, get the weights off the baits and look in the sandy areas for small bass to start roaming around. The best fishing has been down lake to the dam. Fish any clear water with a Zoom all black trick worm and...
almost 2 years ago (01/04/2013)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 01.04.13

January 4, 2013 LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.61 FEET, 55 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED.               Bass fishing is slow and the cold weather and winds moved the bass out into deeper water. On the warmer sunny days, these bass will move up in search for food but not real shallow. The rip rap is a good place to find these fish after the sun comes up and the heat gets on the rocks. The slight change in temperature, one to three...
almost 2 years ago (12/28/2012)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 12.28.12

December 28, 2012 LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.53 FEET, 56 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is fair. On most days the shallow water angler needs nothing more than spinner bait, jig or worm, and Shad Rap or other small crank bait. Just pretend its early spring and go at it. The number of daily bites will be lower than during spring, but the average size of fish may be higher. For the spinner bait, try a ¼ ounce Stanley in chartreuse and white with tandem Colorado...
almost 2 years ago (12/20/2012)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 12.21.12

December 21, 2012 LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.68 FEET, 58 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED. Bass fishing is fair. The cold weather and falling water temperature will probably make shallow fishing much tougher. Crank baits and jigs had become the primary baits drawing strikes in shallow water during the past week. Most of these fish have been located in coves from the mouth to near the very backs. The fish that have moved toward the backs of coves are mostly near the center or basin. Use the Po...
almost 2 years ago (12/17/2012)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 12.14.12

December 14, 2012 LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.66 FEET, 58 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is fair. The fish are scattered from the main lake to near the back of coves and creeks. Crank baits have probably produced more action than other baits during the last week, especially in larger coves that have an abundance of shad. Smaller baits like Shad Raps have caught a few fish near the edges and around docks. But more fish have remained near the centers or basins of coves...
almost 2 years ago (12/07/2012)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 12.07.12

December 7, 2012 LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.4 FEET, 58 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED. Bass fishing is fair but a little hard to pattern. Early fish the rocks with a shallow crank baits along main river banks and just inside the mouth of coves. Use the Bandit 100 in spring craw chartreuse, Rapala Shad Rap RS #4 in fire tiger, shallow Thunder Shad in root beer chartreuse. Use a Shad Rap, Bomber Model A, Bandit 200 and 30 and Rapala DT10. Dock fishing has been barely fair. A Stanley 5/16 or 7...
almost 2 years ago (11/26/2012)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 11.26.12

November 22, 2012 LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.4 FEET, 69 DEGREES MOSTLY STAINED.   Bass fishing is fair. Deep water fishing is fair on the lower lake humps points and ledges that are still holding respectable numbers of fish. Depths are mostly 15 to 25 feet down the lake 12 to 18 feet in the central lake and 5 to 12 feet way up the rivers. As is normal crank baits and Carolina rigs are the baits of choice. Chartreuse and shad combinations continue to be good color choices. Z...
about 3 years ago (11/08/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 11.08.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com   LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.16 FEET, 66 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass fishing is good. The Texas rigs and the jig will work also. Try the Carolina rig in the brush and shorten the leader to about 12 inches. Be ready to quickly set the hook and pull the fish c...
about 3 years ago (10/13/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 10.13.11

   LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.82 FEET, 78 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing is good and now is the time to work the on schooling fish down the lake. Watch main lake points and humps for activity. Have three baits ready to go, a Zoom Fluke in albino color, a Sammy and a 1/2 ounce chrome and blue Rat L Trap. Idle over these areas, and look for bait on your graph. Sometimes the boat wake will actually trigger the feeding frenzy if there are fish there....
about 3 years ago (10/07/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 10.07.11

   LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.58 FEET, 78 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing is good and there are schooling fish down the lake on main lake points and humps. Use the Zoom Fluke in albino color a Sammy and a 1/2 ounce chrome and blue Rat L Trap. Fish these areas again after leaving them with a spinner bait and a buzz bait. Fish these areas and look for bait. If you see bait, stop and work all three baits over the point, and you should get fish to com...
about 3 years ago (09/28/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 09.28.11

        LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 78 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing is fair and the fish are beginning feed early morning. Shallow fishing and deep fishing later have both gotten better. More bass are moving to near the back of coves and creeks. Several baits are working some on these shallow fish. But on any given morning, only one or two of them may produce. Some good choices are white ½ ounce buzz bait, weightless...
about 3 years ago (09/21/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 09.21.11

    LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 84 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing is fair to good as the weather cools off. Top water lures and buzz baits are working on sea walls and docks. Also use the Pop R and a large Chug Bug. If the fish miss the bait then use a fluke, a jig or a spinner bait. Try the Mann’s Baby One Minus reeled fast, caught 5 of 6 missed surface strikes. Docks and boat houses are still holding fish that are hitting jigs, soft p...
over 3 years ago (08/26/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 08.26.11

“The Southern Fishing Report “   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com     August 26, 2011         LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 91 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing has been slow all over the lake and the river fish are not biting well. Early and late, silver blades and a white skirt on the wood or grass lines can draw a fish, but run and...
over 3 years ago (04/25/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 04.25.11

The Southern Fishing Report     By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com   April 22, 2011     LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 72 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass fishing is good and the fish are in shallow water at 1 to 8 feet deep. Spinner baits will catch fish especially during early morning. Seawalls, rip rap, lay downs, grass, and dock posts are prime ta...
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over 3 years ago (04/12/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 04.12.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com   April 8, 2011         LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 63 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing is good as fish prepare to spawn. Most fish are now in coves and protected bays, although a few remain along main lake banks. Many differen...
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over 3 years ago (04/05/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 04.05.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com     April 1, 2011         LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 61 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing is good and the fish are biting over most of the lake. Top water and spinner baits are producing in the early morning. Shall...
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over 3 years ago (03/29/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.29.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”   By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com             March 25, 2011       LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 61 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bas fishing is good and the grass to start coming show up. Fish the grass and get right up in the shallow There are also plent...
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over 3 years ago (03/22/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.22.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com     March 18, 2011     LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 61 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass are shallow lake wide but they are feeding after dark with this week’s full moon. There are some early top water fish but it only lasts until 8am. Lots of small bass are in water 5 feet or less...
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over 3 years ago (03/16/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.16.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com   March 11, 2011         LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 61 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.       Bass fishing is fair and the weather will soon stabilize and the bass will start biting better. With the stable weather the bass will head to the shallows to spawn. Focus your efforts in major creeks...
over 3 years ago (03/08/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.08.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com     LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 58 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass fishing is fair and the stable weather will have the fish ready for the shallow spawning activity. Use the Zoom Flukes, lipless rattling crank baits like the Rat L Traps, Rattlin’ Raps and the Berkeley Frenzy, Sassy Shad, and t...
over 3 years ago (03/01/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 03.01.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com      LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 56 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass are biting and they are shallow. The fish are right on the banks and unless we get some cold weather, they will stay shallow for at least 10 days. Docks are great pre spawn hot s...
almost 4 years ago (02/23/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 02.23.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com   LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 54 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass fishing is good. Small crank baits and spinner baits are working at first light. Many bass of all sizes are feeding on shad early along the rip rap lake wide ad the shad are spawning. Any of th...
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almost 4 years ago (02/15/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 02.15.11

“The Southern Fishing Report”     By Ken Sturdivant   106 Hickory Ridge   770 889 2654   Cumming, Georgia 30040   www.havefunfishing.com       February 11, 2011   LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 52 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass fishing is fair. Work the deep water creek and river bends with the spoons or dark larger sizes of the Stanley jig with the pork trailer or the ol...
almost 4 years ago (02/07/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 02.07.11

 “The Southern Fishing Report”   By Ken Sturdivant 106 Hickory Ridge 770 889 2654 Cumming, Georgia 30040 www.havefunfishing.com       February 4, 2011   LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 52 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass fishing is good. Try a big Bagley’s B2 or Norman’s Fatboy on hard bottom banks, especially in muddy water. Bright colors like fire tiger or chartreuse and black will be best. Main lake...
almost 4 years ago (02/03/2011)

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report 02.03.11

LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.3 FEET, 52 DEGREES, MOSTLY STAINED.         Bass are slow to fair in shallow and deep water. Some anglers are still catching fish from shallow water using mainly crank baits and jigs. Most are coming from main river banks that drop quickly into deep water. Use small crank baits like the Rapala DT10, Shad Rap RS #5, Thunder Shad, and Deep Little N. Use a Stanley 5/16 ounce in black blue with a Zoom Chunk in black blue or green pumpkin. The w...

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