It’s Fall Fishing Time
Autumn is one of the best seasons to set sail or simply stay put on a dock for some fall fishing. The crisp cooler air, beautiful foliage, and sunny afternoon skies make for perfectly planned or impromptu fishing trips. Before you head out to lure in a fish or two (or even a lucky dozen!), check out the following tips for fall fishing.
Watch the Clock and Weather Apps
Where To Cast Your Rod
Fall fishing is an easily accessible sport and hobby in the U.S. With so many great waterfront locations, there are plenty of fish in the sea to be caught. From our pride and joy the Chesapeake Bay to the Lake of the Ozarks and the California Delta, the waters are paradise to bass, catfish, rockfish, salmon, walleye, crawdads, among more. Stay local or make a trip to enjoy fishing this autumn season.
Fishing friends, browse through these resources for fishing events and tournaments in several of our favorite regions.
Dock/Anchor and Fish
Enjoy the beauty and solitude of the fall season with a fishing rod in hand from your anchored boat or from the dock. For those fishing trips where you may need a place to dock, visit our list of open docks this season. And, if you have an empty dock and want to share your special mooring location with other fellow fishermen/women, be a true host and list your dock with a few simple steps. Share the gift of safe dockage and great fall fishing.
Did You Know?
Join in the fall fishing fun. Once you start, you’ll be hooked!
National Hunting and Fishing Day is on September 25. With a ten-day countdown, start building out your fall fishing plans today to join in the celebration with many national, state, regional, and local organized fishing events.