Although the beginning of this autumn does not differ at all from the summer, nevertheless, both fish and fishermen inevitably rebuild their behavior in a different manner. One of the first things I practice is the transition from wobblers to jig. Of course, this process is almost always smooth and weakly expressed, therefore, we can say with firm confidence that in the first half of autumn, many summer developments will come in handy. I bring to the judgment of my colleagues my "six" wobblers, with which I was most effective this summer. I am sure that in September they will not graze the rear.