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Although the world record for a white bass is five pounds and fifteen ounces, most of those caught in state waters will weigh in at one-half pound to one pound. What the white bass lack in size, they more than make up for in the fight they give the angler once they are hooked. Elkins discusses how to fish for them year-round, what lures to use, and places to catch them.