If the two fish are the same size, then the smallmouth has been reported to fight “harder”, but it’s also difficult to catch a largemouth that is twice the smallmouth’s size.
The reason for this– while there is no scientific proof, only conjecture– is that the smallmouth tend to swim every which way to get out of the hook, whereas the largemouth are more prone to swimming towards a specific location of hiding.
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