Enjoying Fall in the Riviera

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have been spending some time this fall fishing from one of my Jackson Rivieras. The convienence of these boats is really nice for quick trips when you just don’t feeel like rigging up. Just gather a rod, a few lures, a PFD, and paddle then grab the molded in handle and slide the boat to the water.
I have been quite pleased with the boat. It paddles up stream easily, the molded in seat is comfy, and in flat water the boat is dry. Best of all it will take you to the fish and all else that nature has to offer.
Fall is the time that our Alabama spotted and redeye bass begin to gourge on crayfish to fatten up for the long winter. I suspect it is the same elsewhere. I like to fish the Baby Paca Craw on a shakeyhead. Give it a shot and see if it works for you as well.

Comments on “Enjoying Fall in the Riviera”

  1. November 10, 2011 at 12:18 pm

    Awesome Josh- I had a great day out there yesterday, too in my Coosa on the Caney Fork!

    Great time for fishing right now! I haven’t tried that lure yet, will give it a go!

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