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Bob Clouser shares his extensive knowledge from over a quarter-century of guiding for smallmouth bass on the Susquehanna River. The lessons Bob offers in this book can be directly applied to smallmouth fisheries across the country, from creeks to large rivers. He explains the natural history of smallmouth--their range, spawning behavior, feeding habits, and seasonal movement patterns--and introduces the specific flies and techniques he uses when fly-fishing for bass. Clouser discusses intermediate to advanced methods of casting with weighted flies and lines, as well as various surface and subsurface tactics, with dramatic color photos demonstrating how it's done. Includes recipes and fishing techniques for 32 of Clouser's favorite smallmouth patterns. In the book's final chapter, friends Lefty Kreh, John Randolph, and Mike O'Brien offer intimate details on the greatest bass waters from California to Ontario.

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