Tidal river bass fishing on the Chickahominy River in Virginia is incredible. Not only is the bass fishing great, but the scenery is amazing. Tidal river bass fishing can be tricky, but when the tide is moving, the feeding frenzy can make up for any down time. A Finch Nasty Bait Co. 1/4 oz. U-Jig swim jig with a Strike King Rage Craw trailer did most of the damage on some chunky tidal river bass.
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Finch Nasty Bait Co.: U-Jig Swim Jig Coming Soon!!!
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