Sniping River Smallmouth Bass

Published On September 7, 2011 »» By Dan Rice » Bass, Fishing, How To, Video Vault
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I won’t fill you full of bull and I won’t steer you in the wrong direction. When summer begins to fade and your first cold front blows through, smallmouth bass fishing can pick up in a hurry. These vicious feeders tear through the water and can annihilate anything in the wrong place at the wrong time – just watch for yourself.

Key Takeaways

  • River fishing can be tough. If you have multiple rod combinations, a jig, crankbait and finesse bait will give you a great shot at landing your next smallie. The faster you can switch rods, the less time you waste.
  • Electronics are a huge part of any angler’s success. One rock, one hump…they all can hold fish. Keep your eyes, ears and sonar open to new warning signs.
  • Luck of the draw happens to us all. Sometimes you find fish and sometimes you don’t. That’s life, don’t beat yourself up if things do not go as planned. Keep your head up.
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Dan Rice is an outdoor writer from Spokane, Washington. He writes for his website, FHC Outdoors, and is a contributing writer to Western Bass Magazine. Be sure to visit his YouTube channel for action on film!

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