Late Southern Fall- Last Hoorah For The Shallows

Editor’s Note: As a national organization, iBass360 articles cover a variety of geographies. This late fall article focuses on Southern waters. Late fall/early winter fishing south of the Mason-Dixon line … Read More

Do You Have a Fall Fab Five?

When the leaves change color and football season is in full swing, my favorite time to bass fish is also in full swing.   During Fall, forage like gizzard and threadfin … Read More

Fishing the Water Column: Part 3- Makin’ a Commotion

Editor’s note: This is the third of Ray Concepcion’s three part series on fishing the whole water column for Fall success For the third and final installment of my examination … Read More

Fishing the Water Column: Part 2- Fall Crankin’

Editor’s note: This is the second of Ray Concepcion’s three part series on fishing the whole water column for Fall success A fisherman has to be flexible and know how to … Read More

Scrounging and Underspinning? You Must Be Fallin’ For Bass

There’s nothing more exciting than launching in the Fall when you know the season is almost over. I absolutely love Fall fishing! When the long, warm days, pontoons and jet … Read More

The Fall Forage Shift for Optimal Bass Action

During summer, adult insects, larvae, crayfish, leeches, newts and other salamanders, tadpoles and frogs, even the occasional small snake or baby muskrat all augment the bass diet. Damselflies skitter across … Read More