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Lake Grapevine baits #13311775 10/14/19 11:53 PM
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Sooo was out at the vine, twin coves today & found a few on a spinnerbait only, early am. Question is what are u having luck with this time of year? This was my first time in years & out of a yak. Water clear & about 3-4 foot low. 73-75 degs, nice day. Thanks , Billy

Re: Lake Grapevine baits [Re: craftsmanbm] #13313007 10/16/19 01:27 AM
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I assume you are asking about bass.

Crankbaits and topwater often work well in the fall. As the water cools, I usually start on shallow flats in very close proximity to a channel. Points are a good place too.

I start shallow... If you don't find them shallow, back out to deeper water. In the fall, a few feet deeper can make a big difference. Also, just because you find "the" depth, don't get too comfortable because they can move into shallow water to feed at various times throughout the day.

Fall is a great time to fish, but they are less predictable than in the spring.

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