Sea Bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) are large fish that are regularly fished for human consumption, however there is pressure on fishermen to ensure their numbers are not depleted.
Sea Bass have complex migratory patterns, spending winter in the open waters at sea and then moving inland to small estuaries where they forage for food in the summer months.
What do they eat?
Crustaceans, small fish
Where are we?
North Atlantic, UK coasts