The great limestone rivers of the mid-Atlantic area offer some of the best light tackle fishing anywhere on this continent -- and certainly some of the top small-mouth action. There are a number of these rivers: the Potomac, New, Shenandoah, Susquehanna, James, Juniata, and more. How do you find and then fish these waters? What kind of boats and tackle are needed? And are there poor, good, and best times or seasons to fish them?A trolling motor for river fishing should have at least thirty pounds of thrust for fishing in current, and most of us have found ... Having to keep two batteries charged and ready is a problem, but the advantages of twenty-four-volt make it worth it inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Fishing the Rivers of the Mid-Atlantic|
|Publisher||:||Tidewater Pub - 1991|