Catching Channel Bass or Red Drum
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Catching Channel Bass or Red Drum

Catching Channel Bass or Red Drum




      

Catching Channel Bass or Red Drum


Catching Channel Bass or Red Drum

Channel bass or red drum are found from New York southward along the coast to Texas. It reaches a weight of seventy pounds, though the usual weight is from twenty to forty. It is abundant about the Carolinas and Georgia. It is taken by surf casting and by deep fishing. Light or medium salt-water rods, medium linen line and 4/0 hook is about the right outfit. Shedder crab and shrimp are the most favored baits; menhaden and clam are also good. It is caught mainly in mid-summer, from July to October. The black sea drum is found in the same waters as the channel bass. It is caught by surf casting, using clam bait. The size of this fish is about the same as channel bass.

Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.

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