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Our Research

At Red Hills Fishery, our research combines advanced genetics techniques, including Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) and pedigreed breeding, to investigate markers associated with enhanced Largemouth bass traits such as ultimate size, faster growth, all-female populations, and higher aggression, benefiting private pond owners, lake managers, and conservation agencies.

Our Story

Red Hills Fishery was founded in 2019 by a team of passionate fisheries biologists with a vision to revolutionize Largemouth bass research and production. Our journey began with the construction of a state-of-the-art production and research facility, driven by a deep devotion to the conservation of fisheries resources. We embarked on a mission to leverage genetics, pedigreed breeding, and advanced research techniques to enhance Largemouth bass characteristics. Today, we proudly continue our mission of 'Breaking Bass Barriers' through innovation and science

At Red Hills Fishery, our research combines the power of pedigreed breeding and Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNPs) analysis with a deep understanding of natural genetics. We aim to enhance Largemouth bass traits like ultimate size, growth rate, and aggression while respecting and harnessing the inherent genetic diversity found in these remarkable fish. Through our commitment to scientific innovation, we're pioneering genetic advancements that benefit not only the sportfish industry but also the broader field of fisheries management and conservation.

Our Science

Working Together

At Red Hills Fishery, we thrive on collaboration to advance fisheries genetics and largemouth bass management. We partner with leading universities and the Center for Aquaculture Technologies to conduct cutting-edge research, tapping into their expertise and resources. These collaborations enable us to refine our breeding techniques, investigate genetic markers, and develop products like TitanMaxx™. Together, we're committed to improving bass genetics and promoting sustainable fisheries management through our research efforts

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