The Susquehanna River, at Harrisburg, PA. Mid-Summer. Water levels below 4′.
These are perfect conditions for wading this smallmouth haven.
Don’t wear waders, instead use swim trunks. Waders tend to fill up with water when you fall over. You can imagine how dangerous that would be. I’d wear boots with some serious soles, as the bottom is nothing but rocks, rocks, and more rocks.
As of today, the water level is 3.40 feet. You can check it here.