American black bass

The largemouth is an olive green fish, marked by a series of dark, sometimes black, blotches forming a jagged horizontal stripe along each flank.

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On August 20th, 2008, the North American Black Bass Coalition (NABBC) convened a day-long workshop to address issues and uncertainties challenging the bass angling community. More

The North American Black Bass Coalition held a special Workshop during the annual AFS meeting in August. This workshop brought together anglers, scientists, managers and industry personnel to discuss the future of bass fishing. Click here for more information. More

American black bass caught on a recent holiday in South Africa, largest was 1.5kg. We caught about 40 per day, baits used were spinnerbaits, plastic worms & grubs, crankbaits and jigs. More

American black bass, the name peacock bass became the perfect moniker.The butterfly pavon is one of the most colorful and more plentiful. Florida peacock bass typically average two to four pounds, but as seen in the picture above they are getting much larger. (6.4 lbs). More

: a large North American black bass (Micropterus salmoides) that is blackish green above and lighter below and has the maxillary bones of the upper jaw extending to behind the eyes —called also largemouth, largemouth black bass Learn more about "largemouth bass" and related topics at More

can enjoy the amazing stocks of American Black Bass found in fantastic locations throughout Southern Africa. No trip to Africa is complete without banking a world famous Tiger fish. More

American black bass into lakes and rivers in several areas due to the popularity of bass fishing here. This led to a drastic decline in the numbers of native bass in those habitats, as black bass are predatory. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Centrarchidae
Genus : Micropterus
Species : Micropterus salmoides
Authority : Lacep