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Red Grouper

AKA: Mero / Cherna De Vivero Family: Grouper

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Red Grouper

Red Grouper Specifications


Water: Salt/Coastal Waters Where: Offshore / Inshore
Size: Most common at 1-10 pounds. The lunkers can reach upwards of 30 pounds and may reach up to 40 pounds.
Fight: A very hard pull. Will also use structure to his advantage, but in many cases none is present and the true strength of the fish will show.
Deliciousness: Good
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Still Fishing / Trolling
Baits: Shrimp / Baitfish / Crab / Lure Tackle: Spinning

The Red Grouper is characterized by a tan to bronze or darker body with white splotches and ddarker muttled patches along his flank. His tail is large and fan-like with black tips.

This fish is found at varying depths, from near shore to deep water mostly at ledges and structure.

Live and dead baitfish and even crabs or shrimp, both live and dead are the best natural bait, while jigs make for the best artificial.


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23" Red Grouper

Fishing Reports Featuring Red Grouper

11/30/16 Tampa Bay
08/12/16 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
06/23/15 Ft Lauderdale Reef
05/15/15 Hernando Beach, FL
02/26/15 Hernando Beach, FL
02/26/15 Tampa Bay To Sarasota Bay
04/20/14 Tampa Bay To Sarasota
10/01/13 Fort Lauderdale Driftfishing
09/10/13 Fort Lauderdale, FL Night Fishing
07/05/13 Tampa Bay To Sarasota

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