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Amberjack

AKA: Greater Amberjack / Amberfish / AJ / Coronado / Cavilla Family: Jack

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Amberjack

Amberjack Specifications


Water: Salt Where: Offshore / Surf
Size: Most common schooling at up to 20 pounds. Open water fish are not unusual at 30-60 pounds. Monsters can reach up to 100 pounds with the ability to get larger.
Fight: A strong stubborn runner. Likes to dive deep and resistance is his namesake. Be prepared for a long, hard, slow landing.
Deliciousness: Excellent
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Trolling / Casting
Baits: Baitfish / Lures / Flies Tackle: Spinning / Baitcasting / Fly Fishing

The Greater Amberjack is characterized by an elongated football shaped body a thin forked tail with the body being darker on the top side with a white underbelly and a dark line extending from the nose, thru the eye, all the way down its flank.

Thses fish are found beyond the surf to the open sea at wrecks and reefs.

Live baitfish are the best natural bait while, spoons, plugs, poppers and streamers are the best artificial bait.


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40 Pounds Amberjack
20 Lbs Greater Amberjack
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Fishing Reports Featuring Amberjack

11/30/16 South Florida
02/17/16 Tampa Bay To Sarasota
01/06/16 Indian River Lagoon Coast Fishing Forecast, January 2016
12/12/15 Fort Lauderdale Reef
06/23/15 Ft Lauderdale, Florida
06/23/15 Cape Canaveral Offshore Report
06/23/15 Ft Lauderdale Reef
05/15/15 Tampa Bay To Sarasota
05/15/15 Tampa Bay To Sarasota
05/15/15 Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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