Well they were hitting pretty good till the cold October nights started. Granted the number of bites was down but if you fished the lilly pads long enough you got a few. Even my friend Emanuel saw a slow down but we both were able to land some nice fish on those hot September days. Now as the leaves change color and the weed beds die off a few snakeheads can be found if you are out there. I will give it a try again unless it gets downright cold but you will find me now in the woods looking for deer or on my boat striper fishing!
I am now going on 3 weeks with bascially no fish. I have only had the two little ones that you saw in my other post a little while ago. I have no idea where the snakehead fish have gone? Maybe they head into the mud but not sure. I haven’t even scared that many paddling around, it’s like they all migrated somewhere else!
If anyone is catching anything in September please leave a comment and let us know. If you don’t want to share your “spot” then at least let us know where in the water they were; along the weedlines, on top of the remaining weed beds, in the lilly pads or out in the deeper channels? What lure or bait were you using?
This is Dr D heading into the woods this week not on the water. I will be scouting a good tree for my deer stand for bow season that is coming up soon here in Virginia.