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Depending on where you live, you have probably caught some spots (Kentucky bass) and just didn't know it. To the casual observer, they look just like a largemouth bass.

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Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spots, White Bass and have caught several Rock Bass this summer. Still haven't caught any stripers yet. Of course, I have gone fishing for them yet either.  ::)

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Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spots, White Bass and have caught several Rock Bass this summer. Still haven't caught any stripers yet. Of course, I have gone fishing for them yet either. ::)

HEY CIGAR; Aren't Rock bass juvinille strippers?

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Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spots, White Bass and have caught several Rock Bass this summer. Still haven't caught any stripers yet. Of course, I have gone fishing for them yet either.  ::)

HEY CIGAR; Aren't Rock bass juvinille strippers?

I believe they are.  

So far this year I've caught largemouth, smallmouth, stripers, spots, and wipers.  I haven't stumbled upon a white bass yet.

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Interesting question:  over the course of this season I have caught a speckled bass (my partner called it a crappie) and a wiskered bass (my partner called it a cat fish) -- neither one counted though ;D

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HEY CIGAR; Aren't Rock bass juvinille strippers?

I believe they are.

Shedd_RockBass.gif

This is a real Rock Bass. Rock Bass is a local term for Striper in some parts of the country but it is like calling a Bowfin a mudfish, it is not the real name.

As for me I have caught Largemouth, Smallmouth, Striper, White Bass, and rock bass in fresh water. In saltwater I have caught Sand Bass, Calico Bass, Spotted Bay Bass, and White Sea Bass.

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So far this year I have managed largemouth, smallmouth, spotted, meanmouth (various hybrids of the previous three), white bass (also called sand bass in OK and TX), and hybrids (also called wipers). We don't have stripers in my lakes, so I haven't got them yet.

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Largemouth, Smallmouth, White, and Rockbass.

Falcon

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Large mouth, Small mouth, Spotted, & Striped   ;)

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Just LM so far.

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Largemouth

Smallmouth

White Bass(stripe)

Striper

Shoal Bass in Flint River in GA

Peacock Bass in Lake Wilson Hawaii

And Spots

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Let's not forget the bugle-mouth bass ( carp )

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HEY CIGAR; Aren't Rock bass juvinille strippers?

I believe they are.

Shedd_RockBass.gif

This is a real Rock Bass. Rock Bass is a local term for Striper in some parts of the country but it is like calling a Bowfin a mudfish, it is not the real name.

As for me I have caught Largemouth, Smallmouth, Striper, White Bass, and rock bass in fresh water. In saltwater I have caught Sand Bass, Calico Bass, Spotted Bay Bass, and White Sea Bass.

In the picture that Infidel posted, we call those red-eyes in KY. I used to catch alot in the creeks that run into the main lake. Great eating fish and tremendous fighters.

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RW, don't ruin these kids. I have fished for most species of bass but, there is only one species that is a real bass, the brown ones !!! a, DUH,lol. I know, tuck and roll Jim. ;D :)

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