One of the most popular gamefish in North America, the Smallmouth Bass, is a hard-fighting, aggressive predator that establishes very easily and quickly wherever it is stocked. Much of the Eastern United States and Eastern Canada have healthy populations of Smallies. Whether you fly fish, chuck plastics, walk stickbaits, or crank lipped baits, smallies are eager biters and give all walks of life a fun day on the water.
Smallmouth Bass are one of the most aggressive and resilient freshwater gamefish available to us in North America. They are often willing biters and provide anglers with a hard fought, determined battle, head-shaking leaps, and numerous runs. They will smash topwater presentations, erupting from the water’s surface. A big, bruiser smallmouth is a great adversary for both fly anglers and conventional anglers. They’re also great for kids to get hooked on the sport!