The fall fishing period is marked by cooling water temps and often falling water levels in reservoirs throughout the country (fall drawdown). Baitfish make a big shift from deeper offshore habitat, to the shallows during this time. Todd Faircloth, and many other top-tier bass pro’s fish walking-style topwater baits religiously during this baitfish migration in the shallows. A big-profiled and loud walking bait can be seen and heard from a distance, and perhaps offshore bass just showing up haven’t seen this bait for a while. Todd Faircloth provides his take on how to fish walking-style topwater lures for fall bass.
Todd Faircloth Shows How to Use Walking Topwater Lures for Fall Bass
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