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Spanish Sardine

AKA: Sardine / Shiner / Herring Family: Baitfish

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Spanish Sardine

Spanish Sardine Specifications


Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Offshore / Inshore
Size: Most common at 2-4 inches with the abilty to reach about a foot or so.
Fight: Targetted as a baitfish, no gaming qualities
Deliciousness: Good, But More Commonly Used As A Baitfish
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Still Fishing
Baits: Chum Tackle: Spinning / Cast Net

The Spanish Sardine makes for a good bait fish when targeting XXXXXXXXXXX.

The Spanish Sardine is characterized by an elongated body that is silvery overall with a blue to green topside, a triangular dorsal fin about half way down his body.

These fish are found commonly in inshore waters, but also vebture out into deeper open water.

Chumming and then cast netting or using very small hooks or trot lines are the prefered method to catching these fish.


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