Redeye Bass Distribution Information and Facts
The Red Eye bass is not a very large bass, but it is not tiny either with the largest one ever caught being over three pounds, which was caught back in 2000.
An overlooked bass, the redeye bass is found in Alabama, Savannah, Coosa, Chattahoochee and Warrior river systems in Georgia, Alabama and southeastern Tennessee. It is also endemic to the Mobile basin and they are distributed above the fall Line in the Coosa and Tallapoosa river systems.
Lack of records from sections of the Sipsey, Mulberry, and Locust forks and upper Black Warrior River could be due to habitat disruption in the Birmingham area. Tennessee and Kentucky populations shown on the distribution map were through introductions.
For rare species of bass like the Redeye, there are plenty of video games that offer a chance to catch one. But what video games really offer is a method of parents to introduce technology to their children. Asking your children out to fish may go over better if they have had a chance to play a really fun fishing video game like Rapala’s Pro Fishing.
The Red Eye bass is not a very large bass, but it is not tiny either with the largest one ever caught being over three pounds, which was caught back in 2000. They do put up a good fight, but again, most of the Redeye Bass are no more than a pound or two at most. For a youngster, these are very exciting fish to catch. Remember back to being nine years old and landing a fishing weighing over a pound.