1 INTRODUCTION T he topwater plug sits quietly next to a stand of cypress trees. The angler gently twitches the rod and suddenly the water violently explodes, the plug disappears, and his heart rate accelerates.
LARGEMOUTH BASS (Micropterus salmoides) ommon Largemouth, largemouth black bass, black bass, C Wisconsin Department Bureau Fisher 9 08 ies Management UBL-FM-70 ugust P A In an aquatic I. Q. test of the eight fish species conducted by Chicago's Shedd Aquarium several years ago, the ...
Tidal River Largemouth Bass Outlook - 2010 Bob Greenlee, District Fisheries Biologist Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries (804) 829-6715 As of late 2009, largemouth bass populations in Virginia's tidal rivers were generally strong (Chickahominy and James), stable (Pamunkey), or ...
Species Profile: Largemouth Bass Page 1 Largemouth Bass Micropterus salmoides DESCRIPTION The largemouth bass is one of the most important freshwater game fishes in the United States.
Largemouth Bass This large-mouthed fish lives in many types of water habitats, but it prefers quiet warm rivers, lakes of ponds. It is seldom found in water deeper than 18 feet.
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The largemouth bass ( Micropterus salmoides ) is one of several "basses" that are actually members of the sunfish family. There are two recognized subspecies, the Florida and the Northern, which will blend genetically.
The largemouth bass ( Micropterus salmoides ) is a member of the sunfish family ( Centrarchidae ) along with breams ( Lepomis spp.), crappies ( Pomoxis spp.) and several other genera.
LARGEMOUTH BASS VIRUS COMMON NAME: Largemouth Bass Virus Some other common names have been suggested for Largemouth Bass Virus (LMBV), like Lake Weir iridovirus, Lake Weir ranavirus, and Santee-Cooper ranavirus.
FOCUS ON HABITAT Largemouth Bass The largemouth bass is the largest member of the sunfish family. Other family members include the smallmouth bass, bluegill, crappie, and pumpkinseed.