Fall bass fishing is a time honored tradition. You can expect great things from your stream when the leaves turn gold, orange, and crimson. That chill nips at your skin when the sun dips below the horizon. And harvest season fills your plate with the finest vegetables and wine this side of the corn field. People flock to the rivers and ponds that you almost have to make reservations if you want your favorite spot on the bend.
You better know what you're doing, too, with this audience. Or at least, you better look like you know what you're doing. So if you can't walk the walk, you better at least dress and pack like you're trying. That means bringing along a quality case for all of your flies, lures, and other tackle.
High-tech cases nowadays come made with heavy duty plastic polymers that seal tight when you shut them. Some even can float in case they go for a swim by accident. If you want to show off all of your colorful worms, flies, and lures, look for clear cases.
You can also equip your gear with a reel pouch. This handy dandy item is perfect to whip out come fall bass fishing. It protects your combo when it's not covered in a travel tube during moves from your camper to your car, or your car to the water.
Of course, the real hot item to have come autumn is a fishing vest. Be sure to have all sorts of fishing tools and gear dangling from its many pockets and hooks. You'll need tools to file hooks, cut lines, tie knots, and clean your needles.
Whether you have one multipurpose tool to do all this handy work, or individual items for it all, you'll be guaranteed an easier time while you're fishing. And you'll get those approving nods from your fellow anglers while you're fall bass fishing...