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    Circle hooks and redfish match perfectly. The bronze battlers engulf their prey, and their strong jaws serve as a perfect anchorpoint for hooks. Read More
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    Anglers who wade-fish shallow waters are most at risk from creatures that float or swim past or that lie buried in sand or hidden on rocks. The sting of some may do no more than smart a bit; others can kill within minutes. But even fishing in a boat doesn't necessarily protect sport fishers from getting zapped now and then. Read More
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  • 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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