National Geographic : 1923 Aug
p Painted byHashime Murayama ROCK BASS (Ambloplites rupestris) This fish is well known in the Mississippi Valley and the States bordering on the Great Lakes. It is valuedfor both food andsport. Great numbers are taken by amateur fishermen wherever it abounds, and it can be caught during the greater part of the year. A coupleoffair-sized Rock Bass will fillthefrying pan. A name often applied to this fish is " Red-eye."