Depending on where you live, there is a good chance your favorite lake is turning over. The water temp is dropping, plants are dying and turning the water a greenish brown, dead leaves are covering the surface, and, well, the whole process can make catching bass a real chore. But turnover is by no means a reason to wrap the boat and call it a season. There are two pretty solid strategies for success this time of year. You either find a way to make the fish in that green-brown, leaf-covered soup bite, or you do your best to avoid it. In either case, you have to learn to deal with it instead of letting the conditions keep you off the water.