This suggests several conclusions. First, of particular importance to recreational fishermen, fish can and do survive after being caught and released. Repeatedly. Secondly, jacks are tough. Samsonfish, amberjacks, almacos and yellowtail (all genus Seriola) make excellent candidates for catch-and-release fishing because they are so resilient. Third, these species may be highly site-specific, at least seasonally, living around the same wreck or reef where they may indeed be caught again and again.