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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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But there are also schools of largemouths offshore in the hundreds of lakes that have no offshore bottom structure to speak of--they're essentially sand bowls, occasionally with some abrupt depressions where beaches have been pumped or sinkholes have developed.
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.
Veilleux and Jones worked spinnerbaits, rattle traps, and slow-falling Senkos throughout the day, culling their way to a five-bass mixed-bag limit of small- and largemouths tipping the scales at 13.36 lb.
While hatchlings thrive on microscopic plankton, adult largemouths eat worms, crayfish, other fish, and even baby ducklings.
Some anglers like to fish at night for largemouths. But before you do, make sure you are thoroughly familiar with your fishing tackle and the place you have chosen to fish.
Twelve-pound works well, too, especially for jigs or other presentations along weed-edges for walleyes, pike, and largemouths.
Although the largemouths are opportunistic predators, their preferred diet consists of crustaceans such as snails and especially crabs.
Anglers concentrated on weedlines for largemouths, while offshore humps and submerged tapering points produced Lake Winnie's bronze backs.
Lawrence River, Lake George and Chautauqua Lake are good places to try for both smallmouths and largemouths. Some of the Finger Lakes also offer good smallmouth bass fishing.
It was originally intended to promote catch-and-release of big bass, and it collected largemouths over 13 pounds for use as broodstock at the Tyler Hatchery.
In all, 7,041 largemouth bass and 1,263 smallmouth bass were caught in tournament competition in 2006, down from the 8,774 largemouths and 1,653 smallmouths caught in 2004.