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Barred sand bass (commonly, sand bass), Paralabrax nebulifer, is part of the largest recreational fishery in Southern California as well as a large artisanal fishery in Mexico.
The purpose of this study was to examine aspects of the early life history of spotted sand bass and barred sand bass by using daily growth ring and settlement check analysis of young-of-the-year (YOY) specimens.
In the early 1900s, barred sand bass was landed in both the commercial and recreational fisheries; however, due to limited demand in the commercial fishery and scarcity of the resource during the 1950s, commercial take was banned in 1953 and a 12-in (305 mm) minimum size limit was implemented for the recreational fishery in 1959 (Collyer 1949, Young 1969).
DeSantis' sand bass tied for second place with Mike Carson, who caught a calico bass that also weighed 4 1/2 pounds.
We propose that these three spawning modes and the frequency with which they occur allow the flexibility seen in the mating strategies of isolated populations of spotted sand bass.
The anglers also hook Johnny bass, sand bass, and even an undersize lingcod which goes back in the water.
The influence of group size on the mating system of captive spotted sand bass (Paralabrax maculatofasciatus) and investigations into the viability of a captive breeding program.
On Tuesday, boats out of Davey's Locker were targeting sand bass, calico bass and barracuda.
Kristufek said Izor frequently donated the use of his boat and crew for tagging and releasing sand bass to help researchers study these fish.
The barred sand bass (Paralabrax nebulifer), a common constituent of the commercial fishery, was found in low numbers in the sampled period, while the kelp bass (P.
Harbor breakwater, barracuda and sand bass have been biting.