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September 27, 2012

Fall: The tough transition time

The late summer to early fall transition period can be the toughest time of the year for bass fishermen because bass are very scattered. I know it is my toughest time! They can be anywhere from a foot of water to 30 feet of water. I have a few tricks that I “fall” back on when the going gets tough. I hope they help you catch a few more fish.

Keep moving

If there was ever a time of year to try to run and gun like KVD, this would be it. Bass are scattered all over the place and you have to fish fast to find them. Some bass are still in their deep summer areas, while others have already made their move to the shallows. With no huge concentration in any locale, I tend to bounce back from deep to shallow, deep to shallow. In a month or so, the patterns will be more defined as bass chase baitfish schools, but right now except the fact that the pattern is really no pattern at all. Junk fishing at its best!

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