Description: The smallmouth bass derives its name from the fact that the rear end of the lower jaw does not extend past the eye, while that of a largemouth does. The smallmouth bass is one of the toughest fighting freshwater fish in North America. Carnivorous, its diet comprises of crayfish, tadpoles, insects, and smaller fish. Males are generally smaller than Females. The males tend to range around two pounds, while females can range from three to six pounds. Their average sizes can differ, depending on where they are found.
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