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Fall on Fayette #13259634 08/26/19 02:04 AM
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I’ve fished Fayette many times but only between February and June. I’m wanting to plan a trip this Fall but want to avoid seasonal turnover.

When will I find a consistent Fall pattern? Would you recommend October or November?

Thanks.

Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: JarrodMc] #13259721 08/26/19 04:10 AM
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September to early October! Just my two cents. 2cents




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Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: JarrodMc] #13260799 08/27/19 12:26 AM
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Jarrod...Late October through late November is usually awesome for bass. We need to get a few cool fronts to start cooling the water down. I really like to think about it this way...when hunting season starts, so does bass season on Fayette...

Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: JarrodMc] #13261898 08/27/19 11:35 PM
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Heck, FCL puts out so much hot water that "Fall" could be October through April.


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Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: JarrodMc] #13269747 09/04/19 08:27 AM
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In the northern hemisphere, the current fish should have been able to be caught, because the fish has already laid eggs at this time. You try to find more?

Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: AlbertineDavis] #13270098 09/04/19 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by AlbertineDavis
In the northern hemisphere, the current fish should have been able to be caught, because the fish has already laid eggs at this time. You try to find more?

Do what?

October is a good month on fayette normally


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Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: JarrodMc] #13274121 09/08/19 11:03 AM
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We wrecked them a few years back on a frog in November. Super fun day of fishing.


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Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: JarrodMc] #13275293 09/09/19 04:08 PM
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Most months are good on Fayette. But when the weather starts cooling you can have chances on catching 50-100 fish a day, instead of 15-30 on average.

Re: Fall on Fayette [Re: Fishspanker] #13279831 09/13/19 04:29 PM
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My best day on Fayette was in October. Worst month November.

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