river-mouth

river-mouth

n
(Physical Geography) an estuary
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Kamaloski, who also guides for steelhead, walleyes, and smallmouth bass, said the action takes place on the edge of the shipping channel in all of Michigan's many drowned river-mouth lakes connected to salmon rivers.
River-mouth areas are important repositories for material entering the ocean, due to the combination of high supply rates and intense transformation processes.
Find tiny trickle that's only ankle deep where it crosses the beach and steelhead stage in the lake, seemingly forever, creating spectacular surf-like river-mouth fishing conditions.
Certainly, these two river-mouths are famous fishing areas, especially for tarpon, but they are also the most fished rivers, and can actually be crowded on the weekends.