I’ve always enjoyed bluegill fishing in the fall. I’ve usually put the boat in storage about mid October. I live in the central UP and have a number of lakes close by with a decent bluegill population. Right now I’ve found that the active bluegill are schooled up fairly tight and in about 10-12’ fow..... I also mark them deeper and schooled up but unwilling to bite. Lately my luck has run hit or miss and the fishing has not been consistent. Since I’ve never fished past mid October, I was looking for information on habits of bluegills and technique to take them on open water all the way up to ice if I can stand the cold lol. Right now I’m having success using slip bobber rigs and drop shot rigs with the bait about 6” off the bottom..... plain hook or 1/64 oz jigs with worms usually. Ultra light, 4lb test. Anyone tough it out and fish gills open water right up to 1st ice ? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.