Fall top-water bass fishing
Bass begin to chase shad as fall water temperatures drop, pushing shad to the shallows like creeks or points. As long as shad are busting the surface, bass will be eating top-water baits. Fall is synonymous with big top-waters and the Jackall Bowstick is a perfect bait to throw in these conditions. Large, heavy baits make casting long distances effortless, so you can cover large shallow flats without spooking fish. The side-to-side slashing action will replicate injured shad busting the surface and fire up a school of fall bass like no other.
Comments are closed.