Susqehanna Smallmouth Patterns
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The River is certainly wide enough to fish 2,3, or even 4 across. We usually fish up one side and then down the other, concentrating on the edges and any kind of structure - big boulders, limbs, tires, etc. along the way. Robb Nicewonger Photo.

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This is my brother's brother-in-law, Slim, with one of the smaller bronzebacks from the River. What these little guys lack in size, the make up in sheer numbers and agressive hits. Slim wasn't flyfishing, but spin casting with a Mr. Twister type grub on a 1/4 oz jig. This is arguably the best bait you can use in the river, especially in shades of brown. Slim outfished us 2:1 this day, causing me to start to experiment at the vise with Mr. Twister type plastic tails--more to come on this later. Robb Nicewonger Photo.

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I don't have any pictures of me with bass, so here's the next best thing. My daughter and I spotting fish on a warm July afternoon. Its never too early to get the little ones started.

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