By | October 21, 2016

Smallmouth bass fishing on the scenic upper Potomac River in the Fall!!! This area is called Big Slackwater and it's an unbelievably beautiful stretch of the of the Potomac River to go bass fishing (especially in the Fall!). The leaves are changing color and the smallmouth and others were biting! A Zoom fluke, shaky head, and drop shot found plenty of aggressive smallmouth and a couple largemouth as well. My buddy Paul and I ran the river in his new 518C Ranger and had a blast pulling in one smallmouth after the other!!!


Here are links to some of the bait & tackle I use:

Roboworm Strait Tail Worm:
Roboworm Rebarb Hook:
Zoom Finesse Worm:
Owner Shaky Head:
Zoom Super Fluke:
Gamakatsu EWG Hook:
Seaguar Invizx Fluorocarbo Line:
Shimano Stradic Reel:
Sunline SX1 Braid:
Lew's Custom Speed Stick "Drop Shot Special":
Lew's LFS Speed Spool:

My camera equipment:

Current GoPro equivalent:
External Audio Mic:
Open Side Skeleton Housing:
GoPro Chest Mount: