2016 Fall Fishing Bite
I've only had a few outings in the last couple months due to my other side business, ABA Welding, taking off. I've been finding fish on the east, southeast side of Lake Thompson, on or near the humps or around a treeline. In 10'-16' I've been finding walleye and perch. In the fall, I like to keep it simple, presenting a 1/4-1/2 oz. bottom bouncer, with a plain hook and minnow or crawler. Other lakes that I've heard are doing well are Poinsett, Dry, Brush and my cousin David Adams has been hitting walleye on submerged roads on Bitter Lake. Lake Sharpe is doing well on the bluffs, up to the Fort Pierre bridge. Plain hooks and jigs, tipped with a minnow. Here are a few pics of my last few outings within the last 3 weeks.
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