jumps
 n.pl.— «You look down again and the water’s boiling all around you. And you begin to see the culprits: white bass. They’re murdering a school of baitfish, and those baitfish are going airborne in a frantic attempt to escape. The scene, occurring at a lake near you and often called the “jumps” in Kentucky, is the perfect opportunity to do some marauding of your own. […] Casting topwater lures into “jumps” (fish feeding on bait fish near the surface) is the most exciting fishing.» —“White fish cause frenzy on the flats” by Chris Poore Kentucky.com (Lexington Herald-Leader) July 12, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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