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Late Afternoons with Todd Hart

Posted Monday, September 16, 2013 by cnull in Kayak Fishing Blog

I find myself in a mild dilemma. My “Kayakwars.com” team, “Angler’s Elite” is in 1st place for the S.E. Region of the United States. On the very first day of the month we reached our quota of 50 redfish per month. This is causing us to broaden our fishing strategy.  We are forced to fish for different species and in new locations.

Wednesday, I left work at 3:20pm and headed for Lake Fayette to target some bass. I launched at approximately 5:00pm. The weather was warm and the water was warmer. The bass were hard to come by. I did manage to land three, all of which were caught on a Cotton Cordell Suspending Super Spot in blue and chrome.

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The warm summer water has forced the fish to seek deeper water. My three bass did not come until closer to dark once they began moving into the shallows for their evening meal.

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It was short trip. I only fished for a couple of hours. I probably need to adjust my bass fishing strategy for these late summer months.

Operationfish.com signing out,

Todd Hart