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    Q: I have fished the Sea of Cortez for the past 25 years and continue to be confused regarding the difference between a mutton snapper and a mullet snapper. We have taken many snapper, called pargo lisa in Spanish; I believe these are mutton snapper, but your identification and the difference would be appreciated. - Ted Howell, Longview, WashingtonA: Well, Ted, if it came from the Sea of Cortez, it's not a mutton snapper. The true mutton snapper, Lutjanus analis, is a wide-ranging fish (Massachusetts to Brazil), but only in the Atlantic. Read More
  • Q: In May 1998, I caught an 86-pound billfish off the coast of Omoa Cortes, Honduras. Many of my fishermen colleagues contend that the fish shown in the enclosed picture is not a blue marlin but a spearfish. Being a subscriber and avid reader of your magazine I would like you to confirm what kind of billfish it is and put an end to our argument. - Capt. Favio Icaza, HondurasA: Captain, it's indeed a longbill spearfish, Tetrapterus pfluegeri - but it's a big un', and that's probably what led to the confusion. Read More
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    White Marlin Fever Read More
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    When a silver king explodes on your plug, you'll wonder why you ever used bait. Read More
  • Grab One of These Tigers by the Tail and Hang On Tight Read More
  • Compact trolling spreads expand your chances of connecting. Read More
  • Take on the pit bull of flats, bays and offshore using light tackle and fly. Read More
  • No gag - A southwest Florida favorite regroups. Read More
  • Find out what seperates a spearfish from other billfish. Read More
  • Blackfin tina reach only about three feet at full adulthood. Read More
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