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- Once on the lake look for bait fish on the graph and any signs of birds diving on shad.
- Shad will start to move into the creeks. You might have to search several creeks, it's worth the wait.
- Bass feed heavily in fall.
- Bass return to the shallows to feed in early fall.
- Bass move to deeper water in late fall.
- Bass will school together more often.
- In their fall feeding mode, bass will move shallow again until the water hits about 50 degrees.
- If the water temp is below 60, fish rocks. They hold heat and warm the water around them.
- Cooler temperatures allow bass to become more active.
- Electronics, electronics, electronics! Bass will school just about anywhere. When you find them, hold on!
- "Match the hatch" as best as you can.
- If you see dying vegetation, fish deeper.
- Fish on the points of main creeks.
- Keep your color selection more natural (Shad/crawdad color). Bass' eye sight gets better with cooler
- The greener the vegetation, the better.
- By far the best time of year to catch a lot of bass.