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Bass Biology
Bass Biology
Monday 21 April 2008 / Jared867
Anatomy of a Largemouth Bass
on 20 Jul 2011 by Florida Fisheries author list
Extermal Fish AnatomyThe following illustration of a largemouth bass shows some of the common external features that are used to describe the differences between fish that are described in more detail below. Fish are animals that are cold-blooded, have fins and a backbone. Most fish have scales and breathe with gills. There are about 22,000 species of fish that began evolving [read more]
Keeping Bass Alive in Hot Weather
Tournament anglers encouraged to consider oxygen injection in livewells
on 30 Jun 2011 by Larry Hodge author list
Keeping Bass Alive in Hot Weather Tournament anglers encouraged to consider oxygen injection in livewells ATHENS-The hotter the weather, the more difficult it is to keep bass in livewells healthy, especially during tournaments, when heavy limits of fish may be held for several hours until weigh-in. "Dissolved oxygen is the single most important factor for keeping bass alive," said [read more]
Up, Down, All Around
Understanding The Seemingly Erratic Movements Of Smallmouth Bass
on 11 Oct 2009 by Al Lindner author list
Up, Down, All AroundUnderstanding The Seemingly Erratic Movements Of Smallmouth Bass We had seen the signs for years. Every so often a smallmouth bass would bust bait on the surface way off structure. From time to time, usually when the fishing was slow, we would race out and fire topwater lures over the deep, open water. Most of the time, [read more]
Bass Care In Warm Water Conditions
on 22 Apr 2008 by Lane & Tony Gergely author list
Tony and Lane Gergely from SureLife teach about proper bass care during a tournament.
Bass Care In Warm Water Conditions The following guidelines and instructions have been formulated in an effort to reduce initial and delayed mortality on one of our premier fishing lakes. We as tournament anglers are under scrutiny due to the recent high mortality rates observed here from other tournament anglers and organizations. We need to make sure that we as anglers [read more]
Aquatic Vegetation… Friend and Foe
on 23 Feb 2008 by Tom Lester II author list
Aquatic Vegetation... Friend and Foeby : Tom Lester II As Lake Richland-Chambers continues to age, the dynamics of the lake change quite rapidly. A great deal of the large timber in the lake has fallen, opening the lake up for all to see it's enormous size as Texas' 3rd largest inland lake. Additionally, as is common on most fairly new reservoirs, [read more]




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