white bass

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white bass

 (băs)
n.
A North American freshwater food and game fish (Morone chrysops) having a silvery body with dark stripes on the sides.

white′ bass′

(bæs)
n.
a silvery freshwater sea bass, Morone chrysops, of the Great Lakes and Mississippi River drainage.
[1805–15]
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We tested for 107 different pollutants but only 77 were detected in barred sand bass.
Home range, habitat use, and site fidelity of barred sand bass within a southern California marine protected area.
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Like any good hunter, he starts out by knowing his quarry - barracuda, bonito, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, white seabass and yellowtail - and has devoted a chapter in his book to each species.
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Both are warm temperate serranids with spotted sand bass ranging from Monterey, California south to Mazatlan, Mexico including the Gulf of California and barred sand bass occurring from Santa Cruz, California south to Todos Santos (23[degrees]23'N, 110[degrees]12'W), including Guadalupe Island (Miller and Lea 1972).
Mark Wisch tells you how and exactly where to catch barracuda, bonito, calico bass, halibut, sand bass, white seabass and yellowtail.
During the 1960s and 1990s, the California Department of Fish and Game tagged 8,634 barred sand bass in southern California, and 972 fish (11%) were recaptured.
He landed a 4 1/2-pound sand bass - his first fish of the day - and thought he might have a chance at a prize but knew he probably needed a bigger fish to win.
The sex allocation pattern of various populations of spotted sand bass are thought to vary from functional gonochorism to strict protogyny.
Barracuda, sand bass, calico bass, halibut, yellow fin croaker, blue perch, bonito and mackerel - even yellowtail and white sea bass - have been caught by fly-rodders in local waters on the Pacific Clipper, a ``six-pack'' charter boat that operates out of Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard.