How to identify a Largemouth Bass
The largemouth bass closely resembles the smallmouth bass and other species i.e., spotted bass, redeye bass, etc. Together these fishes form a group that is referred to as the black basses.
The largemouth can be distinguished from most similar species by the fact that its mouth extends at least to, and often beyond the rear edge of the eyes. Also, its first and second dorsal fins are almost separated by an obvious deep dip, and there are no scales on the soft-rayed second dorsal fin.
LARGEMOUTH BASS FISHING TIPS
Here are some helpful largemouth bass fishing tips to increase your catch rates. All you need to do is buy your fishing license, grab your freshwater gear, and remember a few basic guidelines.
BASS FISHING TIPS
Where to catch Largemouth Bass
Originally confined to the eastern of U.S. and portions of northern Mexico and southern Canada this member of the sunfish family can be found in every state in the U.S., Hawaii, and throughout Mexico and Central America.
The following list includes additional places where you can catch Largemouth Bass: