Safe River Levels for Boating and Fishing I thought it would be a good idea to put a small guide together that shows the reliable running river levels at various points in the river. It is important for all to understand that these are the levels that some of us employ when boating the river.
Most people think about catching smallmouth bass when they are fishing the Susquehanna River, but I have been experiencing more and more largemouth bass on many areas of the river. You’ll find most of them in the pool areas of the river such as the lower end of Goldsboro and the Long Level area. These
Bob Bernotsky is very familiar with PowerTeam Lures and how effective they can be for catching bass, especially big bass. That is no surprise seeing that he is the bait designer and owner of this new and upcoming lure company. These baits are unique and loaded with scent which is evident the moment that you
Susquehanna Fishing Tackle has a (very informal) Pro Staff tournament each year after the show season and final Cabin Fever Sale. It is a time when everyone is ready to relax and have a fun day of fishing after a grueling winter of shows and cold weather. It is time again for this annual tournament
I love the river because each day brings something new to the mix. Kevin and I were out on the Susquehanna River in the fall of 2010 and he decided to show his skill at slow rolling spinnerbaits. In fact it was so slow that a clam latched on to one. This clam completely