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Is it Them Ole Brown Fish, them Green uns or what. Here, we have all three. Largemouth, Smallmouth and spots (or Kentucky Bass). Some areas only have 2 of the three or 1 of the three.

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What's the primary species of Bass you fish

They're finding more and more Kentucky bass here in Lake Eufaula, and we have a goodly supply of stripers and hybrids. I haven't heard of any saltwater stripers in here yet.
 

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What's the primary species of Bass you fish

I guess we are pretty lucky, we have Largemouth's, Florida Largemouth's, Spots and Smallmouth's. We also got a couple of lakes that stocked Landlocked Strippers in them and over on the coast we go surf fishing for Strippers. Bassin is great in the golden state. Lawdog
 

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What's the primary species of Bass you fish

here in NW MS we have largemouths with tons of white and yellow bass. Some of the spillways have stripers that have migrated up the rivers from the MS River in the winter. Some guys do pretty good with stripers on the Ms. River also.
I fish alot on the Tennessee River in NW Al. and we have just about anything that swims there. Smallmouth up to 10 lbs have been caught,spots,largemouths,white bass,yellow bass,hybrids, and striped bass. Just about everything short of the salmonoids,trout,or muskie.
 
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