Bass Fishing in the Fall
How Bass are Responding to Cooler Weather
As the water temperature changes from being in the 80's like it was all summer, to being in the 70's during the fall like it is now, the Bass will really like this change. If you are lucky and book a charter right before a cooler front hits us which causes a drop in barometric pressure, you will be in for a fantastic day of Bass fishing on the Butler Chain of Lakes in Orlando. We have been catching well over 30 Bass during these conditions, and are starting to see bigger Largemouth Bass being caught daily. The largest Bass we caught in the past week was a 6 pounder. The majority of the Bass we are catching have a fat belly since they have been feeding so much. We are using Flukes, texas rigged senkos and topwater lures daily. Live bait can also be used while we are fishing with artificial lures.
After the cold fronts pass the fishing still remains good most of the time. We will slow down our presentation and downsize our lures to get the bites. Using some live bait while fishing with artificial lures is a great way to get bit during these post cold front, high barometric pressure conditions.
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Written by Captain Austin Keaton