Smallmouth Habitat

 Christopher Smith

Susquehanna Columnaris Still A Problem

The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission recently released their young-of -the-year survey with a small amount of good news and more of the same findings that have been worrying PFBC biologists and anglers for years.  The Susquehanna River smallmouth bass population is in decline, is diseased and it is due to pollution. The Susquehanna is […]

 Christopher Smith

More Fall Smallmouth Bass Fishing Tips

Are you looking for more fall smallmouth bass fishing tips? Everyone always talks about smallmouth bass putting on their feed bag in the fall and catching larger bass in the fall.  Do you have trouble finding them?  Keep in mind that smallmouth bass are going to be moving away from areas that you found them […]

 Christopher Smith

Lamprey Effects On Great Lakes And Smallmouth Bass

There are numerous types of lampreys in the United States, many of which are native to our waterways.  The biggest concern that people have with regards to lampreys are their effects on the game fish of the Great Lakes such as lake trout, salmon and smallmouth bass. On the website of the Pennsylvania fish and […]

 Christopher Smith

Finding Smallmouth Bass In Lakes

Finding smallmouth bass in lakes can be easier if you know how to narrow down your choices and if you know how fish behave.  Smallmouth bass tend to be creatures of habit and can often (but not always) move in predictable ways. Finding smallmouth bass in lakes In this article from Bassmaster.com, Stephen Headrick explains […]

 Christopher Smith

Des Plaines River Smallmouth Bass

At Everything Smalmouth, we are always interested in efforts to improve the habitat for smallmouth bass fishing so we were excited to see the removal of a dam that will improve the habitat for Des Plaines River smallmouth bass. The other exciting thing is that they are stocking the river with tagged smallmouth bass to […]

 Christopher Smith

It’s Chilly! Declining Water Temperature Effect On Bass

When it gets cold outside, it doesn’t take long for water temperatures to drop as well.  What is the declining water temperature effect on bass? You have been fishing in a local lake or river all summer long and know the spots where the bass are hanging.  Now that the season is changing, you need […]

 Christopher Smith

Poisoning Smallmouth Bass in Fossil Creek

We have been following the story of the Arizona Fish and Game Commission’ poisoning of smallmouth bass in Fossil Creek. This had some smallmouth bass fans pretty upset. After all, in some parts of the country we are struggling to maintain healthy bass populations. Poisoning smallmouth bass in Fossil Creek Crews last week used chemicals […]

 Christopher Smith

Are You Throwing The Wrong Bait? Smallmouth Bait Tips

We are all looking for smallmouth bait tips so that we can catch more bass.  When seasons change and forage changes, you may need to change what you are fishing with. After all, if you are throwing a tube and smallies are chasing bait fish, you’re not going to catch what you could.  So how […]

 Christopher Smith

Lake Erie Changing, We Must Prevent Asian Carp

Lake Erie is changing due to high phosphorous levels. It is causing the the habitat to change to an environment more favorable to largemouth bass, white perch, catfish and potentially Asian carp.  As the Asian Carp has moved up the Mississippi and now the Missouri, there are huge concerns that this nasty invasive species could […]

 Christopher Smith

Invasive Smallmouth Sentenced To Death

More “invasive smallmouth bass” are being sentenced to death via poisoning in Arizona. A Fossil Creek stream is slated to have all the fish species poisoned and then have the populations rebuilt to remove the smallmouth bass in favor of native species such as the chub. Invasive Smallmouth Sentenced To Death The Arizona Game and […]

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