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Florida Bass Fishing The Fall Transition

Everyone is talking about the Fall transition for Bass Fishing. For most of the country, air and water temperatures are beginning to cool down. That’s not the case here in Florida. Not yet, anyway. Our water temps are still in the mid 80’s, and are temps are reaching the upper 90’s. So the question is… Is there a Fall transition for Bass fishing in Florida?

Chuck Pippin talks about the fall transition and how it affects Florida bass.

We are fishing Lake Toho in August and everyone up north is preparing for the fall transition.

Chuck Pippin
Chuck Pippinhttp://www.chucksguideservice.com/
Chuck has been Bass fishing for a living for over 20 years as a full-time Largemouth Bass guide, using both artificial lures and live bait. You have seen Chuck fishing the FLW Tour, and the Bassmaster Opens. Additionally, Chuck appears in many ads and tv commercials for companies, such as Minn Kota and Humminbird. Sponsors: Ranger Boats, Evinrude Outboards, Minn Kota, Humminbird, 13 Fishing, Mystery Tackle Box, & Catch Co, Toho Marine & Outdoors.
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