The Largemouth Bass is a type of black bass native to North America. The largemouth is olive to dark green in color with greenish-yellow sides. They typically have dark horizontal stripes down the side of their body. Their name was given due to their upper jaw extending beyond their eye. Younger bass consume mostly small bait fish and insects but the adults move to larger prey like smaller fish, crawfish, frogs, and sometimes even small birds. Largemouth typically range from 2 to 5 pounds but can grow to weigh up to 20 pounds. They are the most popular sport fish in North America and are known for their top water fighting ability.