"FISH ID" is all-new and is your resource information page for both freshwater and saltwater gamefish. Just click on your favorite gamefish and you will find all the facts quick and easy.
BASS> (Largemouth) (Smallmouth) (White) - CATFISH - CHAR> ( Arctic) (Dolly Varden) - GRAYLING - MUSKELLUNGE - NORTHERN PIKE - TROUT> ( Brook) (Brown) (Cuttroat) (Lake) (Rainbow) - SALMON> (Atlantic) (Chinook) (Chum) (Coho) (Pink) - WALLEYE> (Sauger)
BONEFISH - COBIA - DRUMS> (Atlantic Croaker) (Black Drum) (Red Drum) (Spotted Seatrout) - FLOUNDER - GROUPER> (Black Grouper) (Nassau Grouper) (Red Grouper) JACKS> (Almaco Jack) (Banded Rudderfish) (Blue Runner) (Jack Crevalle) - POMPANO> (Florida Pompano) (Permit) - SHARKS> (Bonnethead Shark) (Sandbar Shark) (Scalloped Hammerhead) - SHEEPSHEAD - SNAPPERS> (Dog Snapper) ( Gray Snapper) (Mutton Snapper) (Red Snapper) (Yellowtail Snapper) - SNOOK - TARPON (Ladyfish)
THIS WEEK'S FEATURED "SALTWATER GAMEFISH"
snook have a distinct lateral line and are found from central Florida
south to Central America. They enjoy inshore, coastal and brackish
waters, as well as mangrove shorelines, seawalls, and bridges; also
found on reefs and pilings nearshore. By the way, they are great
Record: 44 lbs., 3 ozs.