Autumn is here and it appears that things have finally started to cool down. Great news for trout anglers, and believe it or not, bass anglers. While bass do like warmer water, several state record bass have been caught in October and November! This time of year, large bass aggressively feed preparing for the very cold water of winter.
Bass are more territorial than trout, often living in the same part of the lake year-round, just moving offshore to deeper water for the winter and moving back into shore when the water warms up in the spring and summer. They are ambush hunters preferring cover to help them stalk their prey.
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