Bass Fishing COLD FRONT Conditions — Fall Fishing

It’s Fall and Cold Front Conditions for Bass. We spend the day on Lake Ft. Scott. It is November and the fish are moving from their fall patterns to their winter patterns. There was a major cold front that happened two days prior and it went from about 65 degrees to 32 degrees the morning we fished. Cold front fishing can be tough especially sunny and no wind but during this fall/winter transition period sometimes slow rolling a spinnerbait can produce some good fish! Adapt to your situation and if they aren’t doing what you think they should be doing then try something different.

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