Fishing for Black Bass
Black bass belong to the sunfish family. There are two species, and they are known respectively as the small mouthed black bass, and the large mouthed black bass. The former is the smaller, and is found in the more northern waters, preferring the cool water of rapid streams and rock bottomed lakes. The large mouth is found in the southern and central sections of the United States, principally, and prefers quiet water, with grassy shores and" muddy bottom. Throughout the central, northern and eastern parts of the country both kinds are found, the small mouth being most abundant in the rapid streams and the large mouths being found most plentifully in quiet streams and ponds. One kind or other is found from well up into eastern Canada to the Mexican border, and from the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Coast.
Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.
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