Micropterus salmoides, “small fin” “trout-like” respectively
Largemouth bass are typically olive green, with creamy yellowish bellies. This aggressive sport fish has a mouth is able to open exceptionally wide, earning it the nickname, “bucket-mouth.” They grow one-half to a full pound their first year, and grow one to 1½ pound each year thereafter. Growth rate depends upon several factors, most important being how many feeder fish – like minnows and bluegill – they have to feed on.
Prices & sizes of bass may vary due to availability.