The White Bass
The white bass is one of the true basses, and one of the two that live in fresh water, for most of the bass are sea fish. It is found in certain waters in the upper Mississippi Valley; also in Lake Michigan and Lake Erie. Its usual weight is about a pound, but specimens of two pounds or more have been taken. The fish takes a fly well and may be caught with trout fly tackle; also with bait such as for sunfish. Like sunfish, these fish go in schools, and when you find a school, or when the fish come your way you can expect good sport until they have moved on again.
Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.
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