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Redeye Bass
Species Facts

Science Name: Micropterus coosae
Other Names: Coosa bass, shoal bass, Flint River smallmouth, Chipola bass, black bass
Ideal Temp: 65 to 70
World Record: 8 lbs. 12 ounces, Fl.
Environment: stream, river, lake
Techniques: light tackle, casting, fly
Range: Southeastern United States

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jonathan | Posted: April 3, 2012

I live in bout 4 miles where the nc record was cault and i catch these fish all the time ive cault one bigger than the nc record i know but i had no clue it was 1 lb and 14 oz next time ima save it hahha

taytay | Posted: October 8, 2008

dont talk alot it will make the fish think that there is no one there.;)

noah | Posted: June 25, 2007

use cheese on a hook and bobber

Jacob | Posted: June 5, 2007

Use a pinkish/green mix rooster tail. Especially in rivers near fallen logs or underwater structures below dams.

Rusty Holkem | Posted: June 5, 2005

Fish downstream, around riffles. use crafish, or other natural forage imatation. rooster tails are also useful.

joe@yahoo.com | Posted: June 8, 2004

Use a small bread ball, put your line just about 6 inchs under the water and dangle.