River Bass

River Bass Fishing: How To Catch Giant Bass In Your Local River

River bass fishing the ugly, chocolate-brown rivers that you thought were best suited for catfish and cane poles can actually be an attractive bass fishery in suburbia. If you have honed your bass fishing skills on lakes, you might need some retraining before fishing for bass on river systems. Adapting To River Bass A valuable lesson in adapting to river …

fishing laydowns

Fishing Laydowns, Logjams, And Timber For Bass In Rivers

Rivers have a unique way of turning the homes of land creatures into aquatic habitat. Through flooding and bank erosion, rivers and tributaries on the upper sections of reservoirs topple trees that either wash into the river or lay partially submerged along the shoreline. The laydowns and logjams created by the river’s natural logging operation become ideal cover for bass. …

River Fishing Tips: How To Find Bass In Rivers

Watching the river’s current flow is the key to river fishing for bass on nearly any system in the country. Most anglers hone their skills on lakes, so it might take some retraining when they have to fish for river bass.  The most important lesson in adapting to river fishing is discerning the differences between a lake and river. It’s easier …

trout fishing

Trout Fishing Lakes Vs Rivers: What’s The Difference?

Although trout are native to streams and rivers, they have also been stocked in many lakes and reservoirs across the country, particularly those with the deep, cold water they prefer. Despite being the same species, stream trout and lake/reservoir trout can be extremely different when it comes to their feeding habits, preferred structure, and even the types of gear that …