Georgia Wildlife Resources Division
2067 U.S. Hwy. 278, SE, Social Circle, GA 30025
Striped bass have silver, copper or greenish backs and pale sides marked by six to nine dark, unbroken stripes running from head to tail. They have an elongated and slightly compressed body, and two narrow tooth patches on the tongue, which readily distinguishes them from white bass. Hybrid bass have shorter, stockier bodies and broken stripes, yellow bass are distinctly yellow, and white perch lack stripes.
Scientific Name: Morone saxatilis
Adult size: 15-79 inches
Distribution: Found in large rivers and lakes throughout the state