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largemouth

(ˈlɑːdʒˌmaʊθ)
n
(Animals) a largemouth bass
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Noun1.largemouth - a large black basslargemouth - a large black bass; the angle of the jaw falls behind the eye
black bass - widely distributed and highly prized American freshwater game fishes (sunfish family)
largemouth bass - flesh of largemouth bass
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Japanese bass fisherman Manabu Kurita became part of angling history, tying the near-sacred world record for largemouths held for 77 years by America's George Perry.
While hatchlings thrive on microscopic plankton, adult largemouths eat worms, crayfish, other fish, and even baby ducklings.
Cats has been around for four years now, without the big-money entry fees and prizes the largemouths create.
Some anglers like to fish at night for largemouths.
Howell, who already has one Wal-Mart FLW Tour victory to his credit, caught a combination of largemouths, smallmouths and spotted bass to claim the top qualifying spot.
Biologists collected and tagged (T-bar type) 1,141 largemouths and 1,160 smallmouths at weigh-ins of 8 large tournaments (50 to 270 anglers) held at Plattsburgh.
Meanwhile, Quaboag Pond, the smallest venue of the five favorites, produces 10-12 largemouths over 5 pounds each season.
There are pictures of Southland anglers displaying trophy largemouths, topped by a 12-pound, 12-ounce bass landed at Lake Perris in Riverside County.
Lawrence River, Lake George and Chautauqua Lake are good places to try for both smallmouths and largemouths.
Such shifts in the abundance of largemouths have occurred in many northern Wisconsin lakes, leading researchers to investigate diet overlap and predation between largemouths and walleyes.
In successive outings at area ponds, the brothers both caught trophy largemouths to earn bronze pins: Nick's weighed about 4-pounds, 8-ounces and Matt's weighed in at 5-pounds, 5-ounces.