there are an indispensable set of books edited by oscar zimmerman (who was a master pedagogue at eastman back in the day) which offer bowings/fingerings for the complete parts (i.e., not excerpts) for brahms symphonies, beethoven symphonies, etc.
they aren't the modern approach to fingering (closer to simandl than not), but more often than not the fingerings/bowings here are the best option available.
in this particular excerpt, there's a lot more shifting than you might want at first approach, but if you work it through, i think you'll find it to "work" on the bass pretty well. i used them verboten the last time i played the symphony.
i'd attach a pdf, but i think the mods frown on this. the books are readily available via the usual online stores, and i think i've found a few sites that have the full books posted for free.