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The Highly Hostile Triggerfish


The triggerfish “family” is made up of over thirty distinct species of vividly hued fish recognizable by their spots and lines. They can be found in the tropical and subtropical oceans of the world, typically spending their time near the coral reefs. Even with their attention-grabbing appearance and small size, there is much more toRead More

The Gargantuan Grouper


The name “grouper” isn’t so much a specific fish as it is a broader term for a species of fish called the Epinephelina, a subfamily that also includes a familiar name: the sea bass. The name “grouper” is believed to have originated in Portugal. Similar to several other types of fish, the grouper has aRead More

The “Ambivalent” Blacktip Shark


To find the blacktip shark, just explore the shallow waters or offshore of Miami Beach. The fish can be recognized by its long gill slits, pointed snout, no ridges between its dorsal fins, and a black tip on the fin that is responsible for the fish’s name. Some blacktip sharks are able to reach lengthsRead More

The Fierce Amberjack


Dwelling in the warmer areas of the Pacific and the Atlantic Ocean is the not so friendly amberjack, often referred to simply as AJ. Though the fish is referred to by its singular name of amberjack, there is a multitude of different amberjack types roaming the seas, such as the greater amberjacks swimming in theRead More

The Ultra Speedy Sailfish


Sailfish like to hang out in warmer parts of the ocean around the world. A type of billfish, they can be distinguished by their blue to gray color, the large dorsal fin appropriately called a sail and an elongated bill that almost makes them look like a swordfish. In some fishing circles choose they areRead More

The Colorful Mahi-Mahi


Also recognized by its name of dolphinfish the mahi-mahi is largely found swimming close to the water’s surface in temperate and tropical waters. Being a ray-finned fish, the fins are comprised of webs of skin with spine support. Mahi-mahi belongs to the same family as the pompano dolphinfish. The curious name of the fish isRead More

Captain Dennis Forgione Talks to the Miami Herald


  While many were looking forward to the Super Bowl, there were arguably just as many anglers looking forward to the profusion of sailfish swimming throughout South Florida. The days just prior to the major football game watched by millions are largely considered the most active, with fishermen often catching and releasing as many asRead More