River Smallmouth Fishing

 Christopher Smith

Smoky Mountain Smallmouth Bass

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a huge park with over 600 miles of angling streams of which most are prime habitat for various types of trout.  There is a few streams however that hold Smoky Mountain smallmouth bass and it is unknown to many fishermen. Since our mission is to to learn and […]

 Christopher Smith

Epic Susky Smallmouth Fishing

Videos like this don’t come around everyday so I had to share this epic Susquehanna smallmouth fishing video.  There is some great underwater footage in the middle of the video you must see. Epic Susky Fishing Thank you Joe Raymond for the awesome edit job and even better smallmouth bass and underwater footage. For an […]

 Christopher Smith

Effect Of River Level On Smallmouth Fishing

Water levels in rivers can vary dramatically from week to week or can change in a day with a significant rain storm so it is important to understand what the effects of river levels can have on smallmouth fishing. Effect of river level on smallmouth fishing Carl Kolchak writes some great articles about fly fishing […]

 Christopher Smith

Juniata River Smallmouth Bass Fishing 2012

There has been concern that Juniata River smallmouth bass fishing in 2012 would be affected by the conditions affecting the smallmouth populations on the main stem of the Susquehanna River. Juniata River smallmouth bass fishing 2012 As can be seen in this recent article, the Juniata is alive and well, but perhaps did suffer from […]

 Christopher Smith

Protect Ozark Smallmouth Bass

It seems that there is more and more concern over smallmouth bass populations around the United States and more calls to protect them. Some Ozark rivers are being threatened by fishing as well as increased number of spotted bass that are competing with smallmouth bass. The Ozarks (also referred to as Ozarks Mountain Country, the […]

 Christopher Smith

Smallmouth River Fishing: Dealing With Weeds

When smallmouth river fishing, weeds can sometimes become a problem and some people don’t know how to deal with them.  As the spring fades and summer, low water conditions take over, weeds can grow heavily in some rivers.  This can be a hindrance to your fishing success if you don’t know how to deal with it. In […]

 Christopher Smith

White Miller Fly Hatch and Smallmouth Bass

During this time of year, there is a a hatch of the May Fly, Ephoron leukon, which will dry smallmouth bass as well as other bass crazy.  If you pay attention to the White Miller fly hatch when fishing for smallmouth bass, you can match the hatch and catch more smallies. White Miller fly hatch and […]

 Christopher Smith

Fly Fishing Sometimes Better Than Spinning For Smallies

Yes, its true. Sometimes, fly fishing can be better than spinning gear for smallmouth bass fishing.  Fly fishing for smallmouth bass has increased in popularity in the past few years but fishing via conventional spinning and baitcasting gear is still more popular. The varieties of lures available for the conventional fishermen are endless but there […]

 Christopher Smith

Summer Smallmouth River Fishing

Summer smallmouth river fishing can be very productive for catching our favorite gamefish.  The bass are aggressive and need to feed a lot. The problem is that in most of the areas we think to fish, a lot of young, smaller bass dominate the scene and it can be difficult to find that lunker.  It […]

 Christopher Smith

Maine River Smallmouth Bass

Whether you are fishing  for Maine river smallmouth bass in the Penobscot or St. Croix Rivers or in any of the other accessible rivers and streams, you will find smallmouths almost everywhere. Maine’s rivers were neglected and abused for years suffering from industrial waste.  As mentioned in the article below, much of the shoreline is […]

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