Do your largemouth bass have ample forage to reach their potential? Here’s a fun survey that will tell you and it’s a great reason to go fishing. Weigh and measure at least 25 bass. Compare your data to a “relative weight chart” created by the American Fisheries Society. It shows what bass of given lengths should weigh when developing normally. Conduct a survey in the spring and fall. Fall stats should show gains. If not, accelerate harvest of bass under 14-inches and/or stock more baitfish. Call for assistance with interpreting your survey.