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Largemouth Bass: Found in lowland lakes, artificial impoundments of all sizes, permanent pools of streams, and quiet backwaters of large rivers. Thrives in warm, moderately clear waters with little or no current. | Missouri Department of Conservation

Largemouth Bass: Found in lowland lakes, artificial impoundments of all sizes, permanent pools of streams, and quiet backwaters of large rivers. Thrives in warm, moderately clear waters with little or no current.

Tiger Muskellunge (Tiger Muskie): Tiger muskies, being the hybrid offspring of muskellunge and northern pike, are sterile and unable to reproduce. They sometimes appear naturally in waters inhabited by both parent species, but they are also produced artificially in hatcheries for stocking purposes. | Missouri Department of Conservation

Tiger Muskellunge (Tiger Muskie): Tiger muskies, being the hybrid offspring of muskellunge and northern pike, are sterile and unable to reproduce. They sometimes appear naturally in waters inhabited by both parent species, but they are also produced artificially in hatcheries for stocking purposes. | Missouri Department of Conservation

largemouth bass pictures | SHOAL BASS (Micropterus Cataractae)

Largemouth Bass are normally in long, can weigh lbs and are found in lakes, ponds, and streams all over Ohio

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Image of bluegill

Striped Bass: Primarily a marine species native to the Atlantic Coast of North America, the striped bass has been successfully stocked into numerous reservoirs throughout the United States. A silvery, elongated fish with prominent dark, horizontal stripes along the sides. | Missouri Department of Conservation

Striped Bass: Primarily a marine species native to the Atlantic Coast of North America, the striped bass has been successfully stocked into numerous reservoirs throughout the United States. A silvery, elongated fish with prominent dark, horizontal stripes along the sides. | Missouri Department of Conservation

Guadalupe Bass (Micropterus treculii)

This page offers information about the Texas state fish, Guadalupe bass (Micropterus treculii), and its adoption as the official state fish.

Spotted Bass | Missouri Department of Conservation

Also called "spot" and "Kentucky bass," this species inhabits permanent-flowing waters that are warmer and slightly more turbid than those where the smallmouth bass occurs.

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