I was reminded this past weekend of how much fun fishing this time of year can be. A lot of anglers have moved on to other activities and are looking forward to more of the fall hunting seasons to begin. But there still is some great action to be had as the overnight temperatures drop and the fish start moving into their fall feeding patterns. I can honestly say I didn't see near the number of fish I was catching back in June, but the quality was better. The largemouth bass I was catching were more likely to around 3 pounds than 1.5 pounds, and I had one the was pushing 4 pounds. Big baits, in this case jig and pigs, in the reed beds were producing the fish. Then begins the challenge of getting them out of the reeds!