Kevin Dahlke – Salmo Field Ambassador

As the fall air changes, many folks start thinking that summer is gone, and the long cold winter is coming. Once Labor Day has gone, the truly avid anglers are the only ones left out on the water and figuring out productive patterns is a must.

There are days in the fall that the fish are on a feeding frenzy and it feels that no matter what lure you throw or presentation you use, the fish will eat anything. But then the rest of the fall and early winter season, one must work at finding productive patterns and areas that will produce the fish.