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Fish Species

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  • Blacktip sharks are often confused for spinners because they share the same defensive maneuvers. Read More
  • How many snappers can you name? Compare your answers with those of Sport Fishing's expert. Read More
  • Is there any difference between the striped marlin found off the Pacific coast of Mexico and those found on the other side of the Pacific? Read More
  • Tidal changes are influenced by many factors other than lunar position. Read More
  • A reader found a rare occurance of a disease found in tuna called white cloud. Read More
  • The jack mackerel can be caught both inshore and offshore. Read More
  • This New Zealand fish is actually a mackeral. Read More
  • You can predict ocean waves by applying standard weather information to a formula. Read More
  • Q: While live-bait fishing off Miami Beach, Florida, we caught this 7 1/2-foot, 76-pound billfish that looks like a cross between a white marlin and an Atlantic sailfish. The second half of the dorsal fin was grown out part of the way like a sailfish, but the leading part of the dorsal looked similar to that of a white marlin. Could this be a result of a previous catch and release (although there were no other signs of trauma) or just a deformed fin? - Capt. Read More
  • Learn how top skippers consistently take yellowtail. Read More
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