Are your Summer patterns slipping away? Are you plagued with little bass? Matt and Tim explain how to quickly locate and target the BIG bass the you're looking for!
Baits and Colors for Fall Fishing...
-S-Waver 168 Swimbait in Light Trout color: http://bit.ly/2aiu8Sh
-Lucky Craft RTO 4.0 Squarebill (Chartreuse Shad): http://bit.ly/2dj4myf
-Biggie Smalls Squarebill in T1000 or TS Minnow: http://bit.ly/2ahCzvo
-Jackall Aska 70 Squarebill in "Super Shad": http://bit.ly/2duancx
-LV-500 Lipless Crankbait Ghost Minnow, Chart Shad, or American Shad http://bit.ly/2aiu8Sh
-Bling Spinnerbait 3/8 oz (Abalone Shad): http://bit.ly/2diSwqq
With this selection of baits you're able to cover every bass fishing scenario that fall fishing can throw your way. Whether the fish are up shallow in docks and timber or out in the scattered grass, tullies, and bull rushes, you'll have lures to reach and trigger the bass into biting.
Use the glidebait, swimbaits, and reaction baits to locate schooling fish but once you've found them slow down with the squarebill crankbait, jig, and lipless crankbait to capitalize on the schooling bass.
Once you've located a school of fish the key is to use the smaller bass to "trigger" the big bass into biting. When large bass are alone you're relying on your ability to fool them into biting but once they join a school they become very susceptible to the excitement of the group. Get a small bass to bite and you may be amazed to find the next bite will come from a very agressive, very big bass.
We hope you can use these tips to help you catch more big bass this Fall! We know the seasons are changing and the bass are following suit but this is prime time to catch a GIANT BASS so head out to the lake and get a school fired up!
(Video Originally Posted October, 2016)