The largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) is a freshwater gamefish in the
sunfish family, a species of black bass native to North America. It is known by a ...
How to identify a Largemouth Bass. The largemouth bass closely resembles the
smallmouth bass and other species of the genus Micropterus (i.e., spotted bass, ...
Largemouth Bass are usually olive to dark-green in color with greenish-yellow
sides. They have a dark stripe down the side of the body. The dorsal (back) fin ...
Largemouth bass prefer quiet, clear waters with abundant vegetation (Iguchi and
Matsuura, 2004). More specifically, they prefer shallow water that is usually no ...
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The largemouth bass is the largest and most popular member of the ...
Largemouth bass have bodies that are both elongated and thick, providing them
with the ...
Sep 21, 2015 ... A rare genetic mutation caused the normally green largemouth bass to be gold.
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Largemouth Bass can be recognized by the lower jaw which extends past the
back edge of the eye. It is dark green above with silvery sides and belly.