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Fishing Report

The Snappy Snapper


The snapper is practically matchless when it comes to how many different species there are of the fish. Over 100 distinct species can be found throughout the waters of the world, and some of them have developed a reputation for being very important food fish. Snappers usually dwell in tropical and subtropical areas of theRead More

The Nomadic Tuna


Most people recognize it as an often eaten canned food, but the tuna is indeed a fish, a saltwater one to be precise. Similar to the mackerel, tuna has the distinct ability to maintain its body temperature higher than the existing temperature of the water. Often seen swimming in warm water, the tuna continues toRead More

The Magnificent Mako Shark


Also going by the name of the grey-blue shark, the mako shark is actually two species called the shortfin mako shark and longfin mako shark, the latter largely regarded as the rarer species. Both of these fish types can measure from eight feet to a whopping fourteen feet in length and they are able toRead More

Do You Know About the Blue Marlin?


South Floridians may need little introduction to the Atlantic blue marlin. With its pointy and elongated bill, it can be easily mistaken for a swordfish. In fact, similar to the swordfish, the blue marlin uses its bill to catch its prey by stunning, injuring, or even killing it. The blue marlin also uses its billRead More

The Beautifully Brazen Bonito


A relative of sorts of the tuna and mackerel, the bonito is a predatory fish that is also commonly known as the Sardini. Interestingly, the word ‘bonito’ is a commonly used adjective in Spanish which translates to “pretty” or “beautiful”. Even with its potentially Hispanic origins, the name of the bonito is believed to haveRead 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 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

Take on the Wahoo


There is a lot more to the wahoo than just its fun, peculiar name. For avid sport fishing aficionados, this fish continues to be one of the most popular fish to catch. The wahoo has earned notoriety for its speed and has developed a reputation as a highly prized game fish. Although it is commonlyRead More

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