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Largemouth Bass have adapted to a large variety of
habitats, from the clear and rocky lakes preferred by smallmouth
bass to sloughs and sluggish waters. It thrives in shallow, mud-bottomed
lakes and slow-moving streams which contain an abundance of aquatic
vegetation. Largemouth are brawling fish, often eager to strike
most, if not all, artificial lures, including bass bugs and flies,
with enthusiasm. Largemouth bass like cover and are often caught
in weeds, lily pads and among sunken timber. Overhanging trees,
docks and swimming floats also provide good largemouth hideouts.
The largemouth bass is native to the midwestern and
southeastern United States and northeastern Mexico, but has been
introduced throughout the United States and many other countries.
The great demand for largemouth bass and their high selling price
(compared to other cultured species) have raised interest in their
There are two recognized subspecies of largemouth
bass, the Florida and the Northern. These subspecies blend genetically
in areas of overlap and subspecies can be positively identified