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Find the Bait to Find Bass 
By Don Applegarth

Fall, like spring, is a time for transition. That is, the 
fish begin to move and prepare for the changing seasons. 

In the spring, most anglers realize that the bass move fair-
ly shallow and are looking to spawn, but they are also 
actively feeding for weeks prior to the actual spawning 
process. The same thing holds true for the fish in the fall 
as well. 

As the water temperature begins to cool, the schools of 
baitfish that have been roaming the open water areas all 
summer will again move back into the creeks and pockets to 
spawn. This activity normally starts to occur whenever 
surface temps reach the low 70s to the mid 60's. 

By starting at the points along the mouths of creeks, you 
can follow this migration as the fish move further and 
further back into these areas. Fast moving baits seem to 
work best, and you should concentrate on covering water, 
rather than using slow moving worms and jigs. Many anglers 
think that the baitfish are always shallow in the fall, but 
that is not always the case. 

My suggestion, is that as you move into the creeks, you key 
on the creek channel ledges with your electronics. Often the 
bait will be only a few feet deep, but if you are fishing in 
the shallow areas, they are most likely on the other side of 
the boat, suspended over deeper areas. 


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To start your search, use crankbaits along the points. I 
would also have a good topwater bait rigged and close by for 
the topwater explosions that could occur at any time of the 
day in these areas. 

As the fish move further back into the pockets, bait select-
ions can be added, such as Rat-L-Traps and other similar 
lipless offerings. Spinnerbaits also are an excellent choice 
at this time, and a Buzzbait along the shallow areas will 
often produce the biggest fish of the day. 

This fishing can last anywhere from two weeks to a month, 
and if you hit it just right, it can be the absolute best 
fishing of the year. 

Once the surface temps drop to about 60, the lake is turning 
over, and the action can slow significantly. When this 
occurs, it is time to move back out to the main lake areas 
and slow down, often using baits like a dropshot or Carolina 
rig to entice bass to bite. The Turnover won't last more 
than a few days, and feeding activity will increase again. 

Hunting is the best known activity in the fall around much 
of the country, but if you have a few hours to spare, I 
recommend giving fall fishing a try. If you are like me, it 
will soon become your favorite season of the entire year!


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A friend, driving home from a fishing trip in northern 
Michigan with his boat in tow, had engine trouble a few 
miles inland from Lake Huron. He didn't have a CB radio in 
his car, so he decided to use his marine radio to get help. 

Climbing into his boat, he broadcast his call letters and 
asked for assistance.

A Coast Guard officer responded, "Please give your 

"I'm on Interstate-75, two miles south of Standish."

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"I-75, two miles south of Standish."

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