There was a brief chill to the air in late September, so much so that we opened all the doors to our place and turned off the AC here behind Toledo Town & Tackle just west of Many. It was 65 degrees on Sept. 27, a welcome change from the high 70s or so we’ve been waking up to during the heat wave of the past several months.
A mild cool front entered the region, the first significant weather system of the fall, with a stronger expected to follow. We already were experiencing cooler temperatures because of a rainy stretch and, my goodness, what a difference it seems to have made on the bass bite at Toledo Bend. When November rolls around, I’m expecting bass fishing success to be pretty solid after a subpar late spring and summer that was as confusing as it was frustrating.
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