• WordNet 3.6
    • n smallmouth a variety of black bass; the angle of the jaw falls below the eye
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n smallmouth The small-mouthed black-bass.
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In literature:

The bridge which now unites Sandford Castle with Smallmouth Sands did not then exist.
"The Man Who Laughs" by Victor Hugo
The smallmouth buffalo shared the downstream proclivities of the river carpsucker.
"Fishes of Chautauqua, Cowley and Elk Counties, Kansas" by Artie L. Metcalf

In news:

We all have our favorite surface schemes for smallmouths, but carrying and learning how to use a variety of surface baits will enhance our days on the water.
New state record smallmouth .
Oklahoma's new state record smallmouth bass.
Part 2 of the performance from Smallmouth on 3-20-12.
OGDENSBURG – St Lawrence Valley Sportsmen Club will host a Smallmouth Bass Derby June 19 from 8 am to 4 pm at the Dobisky Visitors Center, Riverside Avenue.
Smallmouth bass are active in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Outdoors digest 5-pound smallmouth bass .
"The only reason we are not 100 percent sure that it is the smallmouth bass is because the one I caught had less stripes," de la Espriella said, referring to a picture he saw of an adult smallmouth bass .
David Hayes' World Record Smallmouth Bass .
A few years ago, I decided to fry up a mess of smallmouth bass from my parents' pond.
The temperatures were in the mid-70s and we were catching smallmouth bass throughout the day.
Unlike largemouth and smallmouth, which are actually sunfish, whites are similar to perch and carp, although they're not related.
Anglers are reporting more bass and larger smallmouth bass than in recent years.
Mark Zona, Don Logan and Kevin VanDam (left to right) on a smallmouth trip Logan won during a charity fundraiser.
In this June 13, 2012 photo, Bich Nguyen catches a smallmouth bass at Gavins Point Dam on the Missouri River near Yankton, S.D.