November 19, 2020
Southern anglers are lucky, but you already knew that. There's great weather and you can generally fish year-round except on the rare days when lightning or extreme wind keeps you off the water.
In fact, the "worst" weather this time of year is usually associated with the cold fronts that announce the arrival of winter. These fronts often drop air temperatures 20 or 30 degrees, and water temps fall with them—though not as drastically.
While from a meteorological standpoint, a significant drop in temperature hardly compares to a days-long blizzard or an ice storm, it essentially spells the end of productive bass fishing for the year, right?
Not so fast. Three of...
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