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Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae #504904 04/26/19 02:02 PM
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Anyone tried to get picture of these using a GoPro? I have some Largemouth Bass and Spotted Bass nests and trying to get some good pics and maybe so video clips too.


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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #505025 04/30/19 12:32 AM
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[video:youtube]https://youtu.be/5qhudlGPJkY[/video]

Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #505054 04/30/19 03:17 PM
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If you are trying to get decent pictures of the fry why not capture some and put them in a narrow or slender walled homemade fish tank (thin width tank)?


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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #505055 04/30/19 03:36 PM
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I am trying to make a series showing bass development in a natural setting. Video clip made this morning looks good showing embryos and all sorts of zooplankton. Daddy bass scared and would not go over nest during recording.

I have a high dissecting microscope for close ups to provide additional pictures. Most people will not be able to see what the scope shows.


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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #505070 04/30/19 06:14 PM
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Great pics of tiny fry. Thanks for sharing.


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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #505074 04/30/19 06:56 PM
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Look closer, eggs not hatched yet. The eggs should be hatched by tomorrow but will not be in water column for an additional few days. Video I am trying to upload now shows movement more clearly and even allows picking out a few type of zooplankton and insects (water boatmen and backswimmers).

The seething mass of prolarvae is what I really want to show. Then the process of swim-up.


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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #505196 05/02/19 03:13 PM
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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #505312 05/04/19 01:22 PM
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By product of trying to get pictures. I want good images of fry swimming so managing one pond to be clear.

[video:youtube]https://youtu.be/D-Py9Tiktoo[/video]


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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #506147 05/19/19 02:38 PM
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As I am getting videos made some interesting observations. A brood tending Smallmouth Bass did a stand on his tail manuever that made a whitish chest patch and yellow pelvic fins very obvious. His red eyes really cool as well.

Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #506218 05/21/19 10:29 AM
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Neat Jim.


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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #506230 05/21/19 02:54 PM
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Nice work !!!

Looking forward to more.

That was one busy male LMB. He was giving you the evil eye a few times.

See this thread for a bit of LMB spawning.

http://forums.pondboss.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=506208#Post506208

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Re: Pictures of Bass Eggs, Prolarvae and Larvae [Re: Jim Wetzel] #506239 05/21/19 04:12 PM
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These are some amazing videos.
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