Forage Species: Range Description and Life History

Charles Lutz, Higginbotham, Billy  |  1/27/2005 10:45:08 PM

Forage Species: Range Description and Life History

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Forage species are primarily stocked in private waters throughout the Southeast as a food source for largemouth bass and other predator species. Unfortunately, the ideal forage species for all management situations does not exist. Therefore, managers often attempt to maximize largemouth bass production by stocking a multi-forage base. In many southeastern states, private landowners must rely on private hatcheries as sources for appropriate forage species.
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