freshwater bass

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n freshwater bass North American food and game fish
    • n freshwater bass any of various North American freshwater fish with lean flesh (especially of the genus Micropterus)
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Usage

In literature:

Both species occasionally ascend rivers, and attempts have been made to cultivate British bass in freshwater ponds with success.
"The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 3" by Various
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In news:

The Connecticut Fish and Wildlife Division's most recent fishing report (No 14, issued July 26) says that largemouth bass fishing is generally good while northern pike fishing is slow in freshwater lakes.
TROUT are their classic quarry, but some enlightened freshwater fly fishermen have learned that the black basses, both smallmouth and largemouth, are also a delight to catch.
Skeeter Boats is credited with building the first production freshwater bass boat in the 1950s, though it bore little resemblance to today's models.
The outdoor shopping center announced that open fishing will be permitted in the west lake starting immediately to reduce the number of bass, bluegill and other freshwater fish.
The outdoor shopping center announced that open fishing will be permitted in the west lake starting immediately to reduce the number of bass, bluegill and other freshwater fish .
Torrential rains late last year caused plenty of havoc for California, but the influx of freshwater has also served to overcome the Golden State's drought conditions and refill many of its top bass fisheries.
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