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Fish Identification - Guadalupe Bass

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Science Name: Micropterus treculi
Other Names: Black bass, Guadalupe spotted bass
Ideal Temp: 68 to 77
Range: Texas

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fatfish | Posted: August 4, 2003

I usually catch these when the rest of the fishing dies down, in the middle of the day or in summer- or both. On a recent trip to Lake Buchanan, 6 of the 7 bass I caught were Guadalupes. They are good tournament fish if you are trying to fill out a limit because the size restriction is generally 12 inches. Far and away, the most frequent way I catch these fish is on points where the wind is blowing directly on the rocks and I use a shad colored crankbait. My favorite is a Strike King Series 3 Gizzard Shad.

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