In this research, age, sex compositions, mortality, age-length, age-weight, length-weight relations, condition factors of white bream, Blicca bjoerkna (L., 1758), were determined from 183 specimens between April 2002 and March 2003 caught in Uluabat lake, in the northwest of Turkey. The age compositions of specimens were between 1-7 years and sex percentages were found as 50.27% for females and 49.73% for males. The mean forked length varied between 8.35 and 17.85 cm while mean weight ranged from 9.56 to 122.68 g. Growth of population was the most rapid at the first years of life afterwards growth ratio was slower. The weight of white bream increased allometrically for all sexes as seen b = 2.58. It was determined that the average condition factor of ages was between 1.62 and 2.51. The population has shown better growth performance than other habitats because the lake is low in latitude. We have given some of the population parameters and characters from Uluabat lake in northwestern part of Anatolia.