Spinning, Coarse fishing, Fly fishing, Fresh water fishing, Game fishing, Ice fishing, Spearfishing, Salt water fishing
Bass fish, from largemouth in freshwater lake to striped bass cruising coastal, salt water channels, using anything from a canoe, drift boat, pontoon boat, or from a dock; whichever way you will have it, it is a lure that doesn’t take long before you hook into a new hobby catching bass. Like most freshwater fish, the freshwater bass have a sensitive lateral line and fairly keen eyesight. They carries a view that they are super-smart. Bass can be caught on a spinning or fly rod, with all the varieties of bait ranging from noisy buzzbait to San Juan worms. Bass are pretty grumpy fish, any loud noise in lake or something unsettling that disrupts them and they are off, like a bolt of lightening to see what it is, especially during the days of the 'pre-spawn'. The same goes for the big guys of the surf. Their 'extra friendly' personality really goes bonkers during the pre-spawn, attacking anything that it is in its way. But fooling this fish, anytime of the season, is oftentimes a lifelong addiction, and hooking into a bass, is a crazy amount of fun in catching this fish especially in lakes. You can search for a special tips on a title bass fishing on google.
varieties: Smallmouth Bass, Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Suwanee Bass, Peacock Bass, White Sea Bass, Barred Sand Bass, Yellow Hybrid Bass, Rodeye Bass, European Bass, Guadalupe Bass, Butterfly Peacock Bass, Giant Seabass Bass, Ranaoke Bass, Rock Bass, Striped Bass, Black Sea Bass, Speckled Peacock Bass
Scientific name: Micropterus Size: 20 – 40 cm
Weight: 2.4 kg (Black Sea Bass) – 31 kg (Striped Bass)
Lifespan: 16 years
Methods: Spinning, Coarse fishing, Fly fishing, Fresh water fishing, Game fishing, Ice fishing, Spearfishing, Salt water fishing
Continent(s): Europe and Russia, North America, South America - brought to Australia and South Africa