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I’m Confused #13714659 09/29/20 01:02 AM
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I’m confused, which shouldn’t come as a surprise, but what pattern should I focus on for fall fishing? I see people talking about the shad in the creeks and I see some talk about the crawfish. Hmmm. So far I’ve had no luck on either. Still getting bit some on senkos however.


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Re: I’m Confused [Re: racing75] #13714691 09/29/20 01:28 AM
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Be fishing at twilight. All I got.


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Throw it all


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Re: I’m Confused [Re: racing75] #13714723 09/29/20 01:48 AM
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The shad imitation bite will pickup as it gets cooler, craw imitations better bet right now. This fall transition has been funkier than most for other guys I have talked to.

Re: I’m Confused [Re: racing75] #13714750 09/29/20 02:08 AM
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Two weeks ago I was catching numerous 3-5 pounders in a foot of water at a local lake and it was easy, but end of last week, those fish were nowhere to be found so I had to go figure out a different way to catch them. Had nothing to do with ‘Fall pattern’. Just Go fishing and quit listening to people tell you how and where you should be catching them and figure it out. All lakes are different and nobody warns the fish it’s Fall now👍

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Mid September to the end of November has always been the hardest time period for me to figure them out. You read and hear so much about the "fall transition." "Find bait--find fish." "Fish feeding up for winter." I've personally never experienced this to be true in Texas. I'm sure someone will come along and say "you just don't know what you're doing," and I guess that's kind of what I'm admitting in terms to the fall bite.

Re: I’m Confused [Re: racing75] #13715791 09/30/20 01:25 AM
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Square bill, sexy shad, all year.


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Jig or creature spring & winter a crankbait and spinnerbait the rest of the year.maybe a slowwwwwww spinnerbait in dead of winter early spring


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Re: I’m Confused [Re: racing75] #13715976 09/30/20 05:23 AM
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Some of my best days have been in the fall. Smaller baits, slower retrieve, more finesse, and less light.

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