Posted on 24 May 2009.
By: Phillip Scearce aka “Pip”
On very RARE occasions I get a weekday off where my wife and kids have work and school. This was the case one day in November 2008. I had the day to myself! What to do? Take advantage of the beautiful Florida weather and go fishing, of course! So I called up my fishing buddy, Daniel Bass (great name) loaded the canoe and we headed up to High Springs Florida, in Alachua County, to fish for Florida’s “Bronzeback” Bass, the Suwannee bass, on the upper Santa Fe River. Read the full story
Posted in Florida, River Descriptions, Southeast, United States
Posted on 26 February 2009.
Suwannee bass (micropterus notius) are another very rare black bass that is only native to a relatively small area of the world. Similar to shoal bass and redeye bass they are strictly a river fish. They don’t get very big and anything over 2lbs is considered a very nice sized Suwannee.
What Do They Look Like? Read the full story
Posted in Articles & Learning Center, Types of River Bass