Catching bream in the fall – subtleties and tricks

Bream is considered one of the most cautious representatives of the fish fauna. He is distrustful, suspicious, if he feels a catch, he will immediately spit out the bait and leave the dangerous place. With the arrival of cold weather, this quality manifests itself even more strongly, therefore fishing for bream in the fall on the river has its own

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On Top for the Fall

  Josh Unruh showing his catch. by Josh Unruh   The air temperatures are getting lower and the sun is setting earlier. This can only mean one thing…fall is here! And with fall comes an exciting time in the bass fishing world…topwater time! With bass starting to feed up for the winter anglers can find themselves caught up in of

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Fall Bass Fishing | Shaye’s Fall Favorites – ¼ Ounce Buzzbait

In a previous article, I talked about one of favorite fall bass fishing baits, a lipless crankbait. Well, another favorite of mine this time of year is a ¼ ounce buzzbait. It’s a bait that I rarely throw any other time of the year but has a way of bringing a big one to the boat once the fall rolls

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Kicking Off Fall With a Tennessee Dove Hunt

Nothing marks the start of hunting season like a good old-fashioned dove shoot. Across the Southeast, Texas, and parts of the Midwest the ceremonial beginning of fall is often a gathering of friends and family — around a planted sunflower field. “It’s as much a social occasion as it is a hunt,” my buddy, the photographer Kerry B. Wix, told

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