Target Fall Transition Bass With Big Jigs

Casey Ehlert of Bass Brawl Outdoors shares his thoughts on using big jigs for fall transition bass. As water temps drop, the once lush, thick vegetation begins to decompose where only a few green clumps remain. These remaining patches are magnets for bass as they seek warmer water and plentiful forage. Elhert explains that finding the weeds is one thing but when you can find a weed edge adjacent to rock, you’ll  often find schools of bluegill and the bass aren’t far behind. These areas become obvious when tuned into key observations on your electronics. Casey uses both 1/2 oz and 3/4 oz jigs depending on depth and prefers to fish low and slow.


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