October 19, 2013
Bluegills, shellcrackers, and redbreasts can be very active in the fall of the year. Panfishermen need not let a change in season deter them. (Staff photo: Bob Kornegay)
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Our ubiquitous panfish species, often considered springtime and early summer fishes to be sought primarily when area waters first begin to warm up, can often become quite active as the fall season deepens.