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Fish Species

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  • Although it is considered a deformity in some billfish, a short or curved bill poses little harm it the animal's well-being. Read More
  • As a snapper gets older, its growth may slow down but it's reproductivity increases. Read More
  • Gray Snapper Growth AGE AVG. LENGTH (YEARS) (INCHES) 2 11.1 4 16.1 6 18.3 8 21.0 10 23.0 14 24.4 18 25.0 22 29.2 Read More
  • While keeping a scale for souvenir purposes is a good alternative to killing a tarpon, we don't recommend handling a large fish any more than necessary. Read More
  • Is it possible for bonefish for live as reef fish Read More
  • How does a fish with such a physical disadvantage survive in the wild? Read More
  • Waterspouts are normally weaker than tornados. Read More
  • Can a marlin and a sailfish successfully mate? and what are the chances of it really happening? Read More
  • Current plans to rebuild migratory fish are insufficient. Read More
  • Q: I'm interested in the wreckfish pictured in a recent Sport Fishing article on deepwater fishing (November/ December 1997). What exactly is a wreckfish? Is it a type of cod, or is it a local name for a more unusual species? Are they found only in the Atlantic, or can we find them in the Pacific as well? - Tony Pauker, Santa Monica, CaliforniaA: The wreckfish (Polyprion americanus) is a temperate bass of the family Percichthyidae, along with relatives that include striped bass of the U.S. Atlantic coast and giant sea bass of the California-Baja coasts. Read More
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