Category: Redeye Bass
< Spinners and grubs work very well to elicit strikes, but are not the only top lures for your tackle box. Lethargy Winter for all North American fresh water species is when they move to deeper water, slow down their metabolism...Read More
Due to their limited range and small size, the Redeye Bass are not known to many American anglers and there is little to no sport market for the fish. The Redeye Bass (Micropterus coosae) is also known as a Coosa Bass, though...Read More
Most of these fish have a pan fish shape and proportion with the exception of a few very well known fish: the largemouth bass, the smallmouth bass and of course the Redeye Bass. Features The Redeye Bass, as per their name, is...Read More
Look for them along upper sections of the Coosa, Savannah, Chattahoochee and Warrior river systems. Favourite Baits Redeye Bass are often attracted to worms, hellgrammites, fathead minnows, gizzard shad, small spinners, surface...Read More
While Redeye Bass are good fighters, these little guys are not going to snap your line or tear the rod out of your hands so don’t bother going with anything other than an six- or eight-pound test Spawning begins when the...Read More
Redeye Bass are not picky, they will go after the standard flies like the dragonfly, damselfly, mayfly, leech and popper. The Redeye Bass is a river fish. They spend most of their time in rivers and streams. They rarely venture...Read More
While Redeye Bass are good fighters, these little guys are not going to snap your line or tear the rod out of your hands so don’t bother going with anything other than an six- or eight-pound test The Redeye prefers rocky...Read More
Due to the large portion of their diet being made up on insects, this is an excellent fish to catch using fly fishing techniques. Distribution & Habitat The Redeye Bass can be found in rivers and feeder streams of the...Read More
The best times to fish for Redeye Bass are at night just before the sun sets, several hours past sunset and the twilight hours of the morning to several hours past sunrise. Distribution & Habitat Redeye Bass, like all other...Read More
When fishing the deep parts of the river, fly fishing techniques are recommended, but you will have better success if you switch to wet flies than dry flies: wet flies sink. In the fall, redeye bass will charge after deep-diving...Read More
When fishing the deep parts of the river, fly fishing techniques are recommended, but you will have better success if you switch to wet flies than dry flies: wet flies sink. Distribution & Habitat The redeye bass prefer...Read More
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Smallmouth Bass prefer cool, oxygen rich water.
Therefore, try streams and rivers with fast moving water. Smallmouth can also be found behind brush or other debris and where rocks breach the surface, creating oxygen rich water.