I like it equally with line-caught fish like salmon, snapper, and tuna.
We meet our snapper first as a whippersnapper—shot by who knows?
Samples claimed to be tuna and snapper had the highest fail rates, at 59 percent and 87 percent, respectively.
"one who or that which snaps," 1570s, agent noun from snap (v.). Applied to various fishes since 1690s. Slang meaning "vagina" is by 2000. As a short form of snapping turtle (1784) it is recorded from 1872. Snappers "teeth" is attested from 1924.
To insult, esp publicly and in a sort of competitive way: After Ivey spent five minutes on stage snapping on a white man in the audience, they conducted snapping sessions to get contributions from professionals
[1990s+; the general sense is found by 1578, but the current use is probably not a survival]