White Bass, Morone chrysops, are caught by gill net from the fresh waters of the Great Lakes and average 1-2 pounds whole. They can also be found in other lakes and rivers in the Midwest. White Bass are silver-white to green in coloration with white sides and belly and narrow dark strips along its sides. They are relatives of Wild Striped Bass but are very different and are not a substitute in the culinary world. White Bass are more similar to Hybrid Striped Bass. White Bass has a more pronounced taste and is not as delicate as Hybrid Striped Bass, but just as versatile. White Bass is a mild fish with a delicate, sweet flavor and medium flaky texture. The raw meat is translucent white with a pinkish hue.White Bass are caught by gill net from the fresh waters of the Great Lakes.