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Bass, shoal

9 in  	 	Tallapoosa River, Alabama , USA 26-May-2012 Evan Howard 9 in Tallapoosa River, Alabama , USA 26-May-2012 Evan Howard

The shoal bass occurs in the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint river drainages of Alabama, Florida and Georgia. It has been introduced and is now established in the Altamaha River drainages in central Georgia. It inhabits shoal areas of rivers and large creeks throughout its range.

Over the past 40 years, the shoal bass has been referred to as the Redeye Bass, M. coosae, as an undescribed subspecies or variety of the Redeye Bass, or as an undescribed species. In a paper written by James D. Williams and George H. Burgess, A New Species of Bass, Micropterus cataractae, the confusion was finally clarified. After examining the records for the “Redeye Bass” at IGFA, it was determined that all of the existing records are Shoal Bass, Micropterus cataractae. All of the Redeye Bass records have been transferred to the new designation of Shoal Bass.

LengthLocationCatch DateAnglerKayak
9 in Tallapoosa River, Alabama, USA 26-May-2012 Evan Howard Jackson Coosa 11



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