Aug 26, 2016 - School has started and summer is entering its last throes. Whether or not the warmer temperatures hang around a while longer remains to be seen, but soon fisherman will need to begin adjusting their strategies for fall.
Berkley has some fall tips that can help anglers take advantage of cooler temperatures, whether you’re after Bass, catfish, walleye, crappie or even sunfish:
For example, as fall marches on, shad and other forage fish in many systems school in predictable places. When hungry bass move in for a meal, savvy anglers can enjoy epic action.
Classic reservoir hotspots where shad are the main course include coves, creek mouths, ledges, points and weedbeds or flats offering some type of woody cover. In natural lakes rich in minnows and small sunfish, weed edges and choke points that connect weedy backwaters with deeper water can be dynamite.
Read the full post from Berkley here.