Bass bass fish caught near lake Calhoun in WA’s Lake Caliddo are known to be among the most dangerous fish in the world.
Lake Calhoun lies at the mouth of Lake Victoria in Western Australia’s Great Southern Ocean.
It’s a freshwater lake located near the north shore of the Great Barrier Reef.
Lake Victoria is considered one of the most biologically rich waters on the planet and hosts a vast array of fish species, including the bass, trout, and king salmon.
The Great Southern is home to one of Australia’s largest fish populations, including bass, king salmon, and many species of freshwater mussels, called musselspot.
Bass fishing is a recreational activity that involves catching bass and drumming it into nets with bait, which are then caught and sold for cash.
Bass fishing is one of many recreational activities that occur throughout the year in the Great Southern.