Cotton Mouth Bluff is a town in North America that serves as a hub world in Go West Young Raccoon of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time. It is the second episode in the game, following Turning Japanese. Sheriff Toothpick, a trigger-happy armadillo, is the main antagonist in the episode. It takes place in 1884 AD.
The Gang ventures here to meet up with Sly Cooper's ancestor, "Tennessee Kid" Cooper, who seems to be in prison. After some numerous jobs, they free him, rescue Carmelita Montoya Fox, and put an end to Toothpick's schemes. After defeating Toothpick, the Cooper Van could not stop due to the fact that Murray could not shut down the rockets and that the brakes were not working. After riding off of a Toothpick sign, the van jumps into the ravine, and out of desperation, Bentley took Murray's Australian fossil necklace and threw it into the Time machine, thus transporting the gang to Gungathal Valley.
- Saddle Sore Correctional Facility
- Bud Stagg Caverns
- Cackling Jackalope Canyon
- A Windpump
- Many Cacti
- Electricity poles
- Gold Express train
- Wrestling house
- Blocked Bank
- "Kit & Kaboodle" Store
- "BTHBIB & Tucker" Store
- Cuban Lollipop safe
- Big posters of Toothpick
- Water tower
- Building with spinning wood star
- "VIVA TOOTHPICK!" Manifest Sign
- Clue Bottles
- Secret Sly masks (3 in hub, 8 in story missions)
- This is the first level of Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time that Carmelita is featured in.
- The place is like an integration of Mesa City and Nunavut Bay.
- This is third episode in the Sly Cooper series to features moving trains. The other ones are Jailbreak and He Who Tames the Iron Horse, both in Sly 2: Band of Thieves.
- Oddly, at the end of the intro, Sly was seen jumping out of a tall clock tower (Safehouse), and after that he's inside it.
- During the mission "Blind Date", Clockwerk is visible on top of a house at the second to last stage of the mission.