Snagged some details from the @fishnggeeks
> In the fall when temps drop, they start to move and feed more during the day. I like finding main-lake humps…even near where they might spawn in March. I fish around the edges in depths around 50-70′ – preferably on a gradual flat near a steeper drop.
> Anchor-lock and try for 5 mins in a spot – then move. They don’t school up like in March so you need to pick them off one by one and constantly move a bit…not far, just 20-30 yard bumps. Pound bottom with 1.5- to 2-oz tube jigs (white, chartreuse or silver) tipped with a piece of sucker belly. Sometimes adding a flasher [blade] on the end of the tube can work great.
These fellas didn’t catch the world record by thinking inside the box…so of course they even get creative when cooking ’em up. #BaconWrappedBurbotBalls