Keep your bait alive and fresh to catch more fish this fall.

With fall fishing conditions approaching fast it’s time to be thinking about that jig and minnow bite that can be extremely effective from fall into winter.  Fall fishing is some of the best fishing of the year and an excellent time to catch a true trophy fish. As many fish are feeding heavy before winter to load up on calories and much of the lake’s baitfish are dying off as water temps drop a live bait approach is tough to beat.  

But even more important than just having live bait is having healthy live bait.  The Frabill Magnum Bait Station from size 13 to 30 quarts has you covered and will keep your bait alive and healthy for days on end. With its integrated aerator and commercial grade foam insulation, this bait storage system will keep your bait alive and healthy-regardless of the weather conditions.

While fishing this fall take in consideration how lively your bait is. The more active your bait the better chance you have of enticing that trophy walleye to bite. When you feel that minnow, creek chub or Shiner getting Wiley you know you have a bite in the making so hold on and get ready to set that hook.

Learn more about the Frabill Magnum Bait systems here:

https://www.frabill.com/browse/open-water/bait-management

 

 

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