Sand bass

The Sand bass lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range - 183 m , usually - 30 m environment.

I fish mainly for sand bass and hybrid stripers on Lake Lewisville and Lake Ray Roberts. I have been fishing since I was a young child, and guiding for several years. I work very hard to find the fish and to help you have a GREAT time catching them. More

The white bass or sand bass (Morone chrysops) is a freshwater fish of the temperate bass family Moronidae. It is the state fish of Oklahoma. White Bass are unrelated to the black basses, which are members of the sunfish family. More

Description: The Sand bass looks similar to a shortened version of its larger relative, the striped bass. It is silvery-white overall with five to eight horizontal dusky black stripes along the sides. Stripes below the lateral line are faint and often broken in an irregular pattern. More

distinguished from sand bass by the fact that the third, fourth and fifth dorsal spines of kelp bass are about the same length; while in sand bass, the third dorsal spine is much longer than the fourth and fifth spines. More

swoon over catching Oklahoma sand bass, here are some great places for finding the kind of action that you crave. (May 2007)By Mike Lambeth Photo by Ron Sinfelt Sand bass fishing in Oklahoma brings to mind some of my most memorable angling experiences. More

Sand Bass for Fun From: JoeReynolds If you want to add a little excitement to your summer fishing outings, try spending a few hours chasing some sand bass. More

Spurred by their spawning urges, sand bass leave the main stems of our big reservoirs and make their way into the feeder creeks by the millions. More

spring time, sand bass start the spawning runs up many of Lavon’s creeks. Look for them near moving water or near the mouth of creeks. As spring time brings warmer temperatures, sand bass will return to the main lake where they will spend the rest of the year. More

Sand bass are found in great numbers along the kelp beds off of California and Mexico’s Baja Coast. Average fish are less than 10 pounds, but they are exciting to catch. More

lesser numbers of calico and sand bass are often found in the busy and sometimes bumpy entrance channel. There isn’t much bottom structure here. Most of the bay is about 12 to 14 ft. deep, but there are a few holes and channels that exceed 20. More

The Best Guided Sand Bass Fishing in North Texas Enter Here Created by SimpleGrafx Copyright Bass Bustin' Guide Service All Rights Reserved Privacy Policy More

Monday Night Sand Bass- Twilight Trips starting to get bit at sunset Reports just coming in that there is some brisk sand bass action mixed with some barracuda too this evening. More

57 Calico Bass 9 Sand Bass 4 Sheephead 22 Mackerel 1 Sculpin Matt Walsh Sport King Mon Oct 05 2009, 05:09PM 3/4 day 9 21 Calico Bass 8 Sheephead 2 Whitefish 5 Rockfish 50 Bonito 2 Sculpin More

Common names

barred sand bass in English
cabrilla in sp
Cabrilla de arena in Spanish (español)
cabrilla verde de arena in Spanish (español)
Sand bass in English
Sand-bass in English
Sea bass in English
Serran farlot in French (français)
лаврак песчаный in Russian (русский язык)
星云副鲈 in Mandarin Chinese
星雲副鱸 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Serranidae
Genus : Paralabrax
Species : Paralabrax nebulifer
Authority : Girard, 1854