When writing about the favorite about food source for largemouth bass I generally only discuss shad. Shad provide a major source of food for largemouth bass but when it comes to the preferred foods, a crayfish is also at the top of the largemouth diet.
I previously wrote an article about crayfish or if you prefer the names crawfish or crawdad and pointed out that these crustaceans are found in both Lake Sinclair and Lake Oconee and with the Oconee River system having at least 17 different species of crayfish, there are certainly good numbers in both lakes. I mentioned in that previous article a professor at Georgia College and State University was studying the local crayfish population and had asked for volunteers to place crayfish traps in Sinclair and Oconee to assist in that study.
To read the entire article, please click on https://www.lakeoconeebreeze.net/news/outdoors-another-favorite-meal-for-largemouth-bass/article_d4790cae-15f0-11ea-a503-0fc19853d6cc.html