…..Have you ever heard that Riverbassin™ is contagious? Well…..it definitely is. My good friend, Cajun who does a lot of traveling around the world on his job, recently had a dream about just that while on a trip to Dubai. Share with us that adventure!
As you already know, redeyes can sometimes be difficult to identify. In fact, redeyes are probably one of the most difficult black bass species to identify. Why are they so difficult to identify? The main reason is that redeyes are sometimes mistaken for other black bass such as spotted, smallmouth, largemouth and shoal, depending on the river. So how can redeyes be mistaken for so many different black bass species, each with distinct differences? There is an easy answer to this question, redeyes are unique and its markings can vary greatly. Read the full story
Now this fish has more split personalities than any other fish I know, because it can look completely different depending on which river drainage you catch it out of. It is similar to Suwannee and Shoal Bass in that it only lives in rivers (with the exception of the Savannah drainage lakes) but yet are far more widespread than those two. This is where the problem actually begins… Read the full story
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