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What is the average size of a big mouth bass?
The average length is 18 inches but the largemouth bass may attain a length of 24 inches or more. The world record largemouth bass was caught in Montgomery Lake, Georgia in 1932.
What do bass bite the most?
In terms of live bait, fish (like shiners, minnows, or shad) and crawfish work very well since these are what bass usually eat. Because largemouth bass are carnivorous, the best artificial baits tend to be those that mimic their prey in some way.
Do bass remember being caught?
Species such as northern pike and bluegill are known as poor learners and often will strike again only minutes after being caught and released. Other fish, such as largemouth bass, channel catfish, stripers and carp, have better memories. “The channel catfish has a very strong memory,” Hill said.
How old is a 10lb bass?
In a Florida study, 822 trophy bass (10 pounds and up) given to taxidermists showed a mean age of 9.7 years. That’s a growth rate of about a pound a year.
What eats a largemouth bass?
Largemouth bass are a very aggressive predator but they are not at the top of the food chain in many waterways. Large northern pike and muskies will eat adult bass. Walleye, big rainbow trout, catfish, and chain pickerel will consume small bass. Snakes, raccoons, and otters are also potential bass predators.
How old is a 7lb bass?
We have seen bass that were 7 pounds at age two and 14 pounds at age 6 ½. Three to four pounds in one year is max.
What colors do bass like?
The most fundamental rule is to fish brightly colored baits in dingy or muddy water and light, subtle colors in clear water. The logic here is that a bass’ visibility is hampered by silt, and colors like chartreuse, yellow and orange are easier to see than bone, pumpkinseed and smoke.
What attracts bass the most?
Jigs, Crankbaits, Plastic Worms, Spinnerbaits and swimbaits, are all effective bass lures. Most of these are very versatile lures making them practical for largemouth bass fishing in most conditions throughout the year when used effectively.
Will bass eat shrimp?
Freshwater shrimp can be just as effective a bait as minnows, crayfish, and even worms in some bodies of water. Lively shrimp are a natural part of the food chain and panfish, trout, catfish, bullheads, and bass will devour a hapless shrimp it finds out in the open.