As far as I know, there has been one confirmed capture of largemouth bass in the province. Caught in the fishway of the Magaguadavic river. One. So I'd say the odds of going fishing and finding one are remote to put it mildly. I'd head stateside to fish largemouth.I had heard tons of rumours of a population of LMB being established in NB but the only official catch i had heard of was one individual from a couple of years ago.I'm definitly very interested in trying the Magaguadavic watershed, has anyone had much luck there this year for them, is the population still very small or decent sized?
Interesting article. I don't doubt the "getting attacked" I've seen spawning bass attack anything that comes into its territory. Last spring I fouled up on a big sunken branch when casting from shore, and when I drug this close to shore, there was a bass swimming around it frantically...backing off and charging over and over.They are referred to as mean mouth bass. NO BS! Read this article from in-fishermen : http://www.in-fisherman.com/content/hybrid-black-bass
the closest spot for walleye would be quebec and probably you would get a better chance if you head down to maine for lmbThere was a rumor of a walleye being caught in the Maqtaquac Headpond, not sure if it's true. If you check page 49 of your Fish 2010 Rules book, you will see that there are largemouth in the Magaguadavic watershed.