Florida is home to several species of bass, including largemouth bass, Choctaw bass, Suwannee bass, shoal bass and spotted bass.
Tagging studies help biologists learn about largemouth bass populations and associated fishing activity throughout Florida.
The Choctaw bass, which was long mistaken for spotted bass, is found in coastal rivers along the Florida Panhandle and southern Alabama.
Biologists report the results of a study investigating shoal bass spawning behavior and habitat in the Chipola River.
Anglers describe their fishing habits to aid biologists in researching and monitoring Lakes Dora and Beauclair.
Researchers experiment with new hatchery procedures to better
prepare young largemouth bass for the perils of the wild.
What is LMBV and what happens when fish become infected? Is it a
concern in Florida? This article chronicles what we currently know
about LMBV and its effects on Florida's largemouth bass
Largemouth bass were stocked in Lake Talquin, Florida, from 2000 to
2002. This study evaluated those efforts.
Do you have questions about black bass species? Read the black basses FAQ for answers.
Biologists discuss what factors contribute to the growth of trophy-sized Florida largemouth bass.
A statewide research project that measures catch and harvest rates for trophy-sized (≥8lbs) largemouth bass in Florida.
Biologists are studying the performance of both natural and man-made fish attractors.
Biologists assess the impacts of angling on nesting largemouth bass.