Bass are creatures of habit and one of the annual events you can count on is their tendency to move shallow in the fall. Ronald Dodson explains what tactics to use during this transitional season.
In order to find bass to catch as they make the transition from summer to fall, it is important to understand their lifestyles and habits. Try these tactics and lures when the temperatures start to cool.
Fall can be a great time to catch large numbers of bass. It is the time of year bass gorge on food getting ready for winter. It's time to go fishing!
Fishing ponds during the fall can be exceptionally rewarding. You just might catch the lunker of the year!
Do not give up on bass too early this fall. Some of the best bass fishing of the year is still to come. Shallow cranks, spinner baits and traps will...
Read this article and discover the best tools in trying to figure out where the bass are in the fall, and why they are there.
When you approach your fall tournaments, learn to use the changing conditions and other factors to your advantage. Very often that change can make for a winning day.
Fall fishing usually means one thing: Crankbaits. Tie one on this fall and keep the net handy - you're gonna need it!
Carrying a rod and reel along on a duck hunting trip may seem somewhat peculiar to some people, but it's not a bad idea if you want to get the most out of being in a duck blind for a long period of time.
He speaks of each fall lure, and the specifics of his use of them, in the paragraphs that follow.
Bucks are rubbing trees, football season is at its peak ... and the bass are flat-out chewin.
It's refreshingly less like the sweltering summer of August. But for bass fishermen, September sometimes lands us smack in the middle of a month of confusion.
From gorgeous scenery to plentiful bass, fall fishing is undoubtedly one of the best times of the year to be out on the water. Join columnist John Brady as he explains why fall offers some of the most vivid fishing trips of the year.
Mike Iaconelli's teachings for finding and catching autumn bass are revealed here!
Here’s advice from the best fishing pros in the business on getting the most out of your autumn frog fishing.
Many of these summertime bruisers that live in the depths will make their first appearances in the shallows since the spawn, do not let this big bass opportunity pass, football season is here!
Russ Lane offers the following tips for bass fishing success during the summer to fall transition period.
Face fall and winter with big bass anticipation after reading this article!
This fall and winter there is no reason to sit at home suffering from cabin fever. There is still plenty of great fishing to enjoy. Here's how!
During the fall, flipping with lighter line can make the difference between catching a lot of fish, or just going fishing.
Following these two small tips is just a start on what any angler can do to catch more fish.
As the water cools, bass move up from deep water and eagerly pounce on crankbaits that resemble the baitfish on which they feed. Here's how to use crankbaits to find bass fast.
Use these tricks and techniques from Clausen, Cousvis, and VanDam to help you put more fish in the boat!
Luke Clausen, 2006 FLW Tour and Bassmaster Classic Champion, Bassmaster Elite Pro Jonathon VanDam, and Canadian smallmouth ace Nick Cousvis all share their wisdom on how to put more fish in the boat.
Chase the food chain, it's an important part of fall angling, and something every angler should be aware of each and every trip to the lake.
Fall is often regarded as one of the best times to go bass fishing. Find out why and what patterns work best in this informative article by "The Bass Coach".
Large lures can be the trick, whether searching for big bass, matching the hatch or treating yourself to the fast fishing of fall’s feeding frenzy. Here's how!
While your buddies leave for the woods to go hunting this fall, head to the shallows and you'll likely have a day to remember.
To land a haymaker on the bass this fall, try the horizontal-vertical combo and you might become the bass heavyweight champ.
If you want to learn how to structure fish or if you're just looking to catch a lot of fish and maybe a lunker, late fall is hard to beat.
From late summer through fall, flipping matted grass can make for outstanding shallow water fishing for big bass, even on the hottest and sunniest days of the year.
Smallmouth bass can be caught during fall and early winter by adapting these techniques.
Fall could very well be the most exciting time of the year, and the best chance for catching trophy fish. Here's how to make the most of it.
Here's how to fish matted vegetation during the dog days of summer and the hot weather of early fall.
Fall in Northern waters is a prime time to catch brown bass in the 5- to 7-pound range. Here's how!
If you don't have a fly rod, try flies on your spinning gear or even a light baitcasting outfit this fall. They flat out catch fish.
From first downs to falling leaves, autumn is indeed an awesome time of the year to catch bass chomping on baitfish, especially with three lures chosen by Kevin VanDam
Bassmaster Elite Series angler Jamie Hartman says smallmouth will use aquatic vegetation almost year-round, though not in the same way. In fall he catches them around scattered clumps, where reaction lures are best.
Successful punching in the weeds during fall depends on paying attention to these details.
Bass anglers may not look at trolling lead-core line as a preferred method for catching bass, but it's a viable alternative for locating suspended fall bass.
You can have incredible days of fishing when your buddies are home watching football.
As water cools and winter approaches, these are the best techniques I know for catching big bass.
There’s not a better bait in your tackle box than a crankbait for catching aggressive fall bass roaming over structure.
Hank Parker tells you how to catch more and bigger bass during the fall season in this article.
Don’t forget the buzzbait this fall. It might catch you the bass that you’re missing with other techniques. Here's how!