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King Mackerel or Kingfish -
Dorado, Mahi Mahi, or Dolphin Fish -
probably have enough! These intelligent fish have plenty of stamina and will fight
to the point of sheer exhaustion -
Shark! Everyone wants to catch at least one. Careful when bringing them on board as they can almost fold in half since they have no bones. Some species are very good to eat.
We often catch Atlantic Sharp nose but the 200 + lb Hammerhead is not uncommon.
Jack Crevelle -
Greater Amberjack or “AJ”. These Powerhouses will make you promise
to go back to the gym. Federal regulations are getting tight so we can’t keep them year round anymore but just one nice one at the right time will be plenty for a family meal. Best fresh!
bucket list. We normally catch and release sailfish unharmed. Mounts are now made from photos and measurements as killing these fish serves no real purpose. They are certainly spectacular animals mostly caught on extended trips but have been rarely caught within a few miles of shore. Caught trolling.
Ling or Cobia -
they will likely spit it out. Once hooked, be prepared. They are strong and have stamina to back it up. After you are exhausted be sure the fish is as well because if you bring one of these aboard “green” you will have to do some serious dancing to get out of the way! 75 lbs is not uncommon and wow are they tasty!
after there Sheep like teeth dine on mostly shrimp and shellfish. Frequently caught on Texas water trips Sheepshead taste like lobster dipped in butter!!
Are in place in both state and federal waters. Remember when fajitas were considered a by product of a side of beef? Same deal here.
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