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AKA: Lineside / Robalo / Ravillia Family: Snook

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Snook Specifications

Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Surf / Inshore / Rivers And Streams
Size: Most common at 2-17 pounds. Large fish range from 20-30 pounds. Huge snook can reach upwards of 50 pounds.
Fight: Very strong and has endurance. Heavy runs and flashy jumping make the snook an excellent battle. Will seek stumps, pilings and roots to make landing even more a challenge.
Deliciousness: Excellent
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Still Fishing / Casting / Trolling
Baits: Shrimp / Baitfish / Crab / Lures / Flies Tackle: Spinning / Baitcasting / Fly Fishing

The Common Snook is characterized by his ultra sleek body, a flatenned head, with jetting lower jaw. True to his alias as "lineside", a dark horizontal stripe runs the entire length of the fish. The snook is typically dark to black along his upper half, fading to silver or white on the bottom with fins that have a yellow tint.

These fish are found around structure alond the flats, inlets, passes and mangroves with some areas boasting good numbers in the surf.

Live shrimp, crabs and baitfish, as well as dead baitfish such as mullet or lady fish are the best natural baits, while mirror spoons, plugs and topwater lures are the best artificial bait.

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Fishing Reports Featuring Snook

02/17/16 Tampa Bay To Sarasota
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01/18/16 Crystal River And Homosassa Fishing Report
01/06/16 Tampa Bay To Sarasota
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01/06/16 Tampa Bay Fishing Report. 12/18/15
01/06/16 New Smyrna Beach,Daytona Beach And Mosquito Lagoon.
12/12/15 Anna Maria Island
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12/12/15 Cape Canaveral Fishing

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