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The Wahoo

WahooSize: On average, the wahoo can be expected to be around 15 to 35 pounds, but has been known to grow to sizes over 150 pounds.

About: Fall, Winter, and Spring are the best time to fish for Wahoo, but they can be found throughout the year. The flesh of the Wahoo is delicate and white and regarded as very good in quality. This has created some demand for the wahoo as a premium priced commercial food fish. Wherever found, it is a prized sport fishing catch. It is difficult to catch, but considered by many to be quite delicious.


The Yellowtail Snapper

Yellowtail SnapperSize: A smaller fish, averaging about 2 pounds.

About: The best time to fish for the Yellowtail Snapper is in the Winter and Spring. These fish are common among reefs, and considered an excellent food fish for lucky fishers.


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