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what to use???

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i havent really fished in the fall for bass mainly targeting walleyes and i was wondering what is best to use during fall or late fall? i was thinking about slow falling things like weightless senkos or maybe a jig n pig or frogs

thanks

zach

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Had decent success last weekend with a jig with craw trailers on docks, then inside weed edge.

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we are fishing very close to the turnover. Before it happens many lures will work, afterward I tend to downsize quite a bit because of the stress the fish go through during turnover.

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wow, yeah that would explain why I always have trouble finding fall fish I dont know if I have ever looked that deep.

One more questain In hastings there is a small lake that dosent get real deep anywere. Will they look for warmer water this time of year or would you still try and find them on deeper structure. Thanks

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I couldnt find a fish deep to save my life today.. Water temp was 48-51.. But green weeds shallow with a little wind pushing them around. And it was game on.. Fished from 10am till I got too cold(didn't dress warm enough)at 3pm, probably caught 40 fish.. All on an Outkast Swim Jig. Was a hoot. Most fish were around 2 lb, biggest was 3.5, so not killer size, but still fun!

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