Fishing information for Fishing for fish in southwest Florida Waters.
Description:
ROCK SEA BASS

Color olive-brown or bronze, with dark blotches forming vertical bars; dark black blotche on middle of dorsal-fin base; tip of lower jaw purplish; bright blue and orange stripes and markings on head and fins; fully scaled nape; tail tri-lobed in adults.

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Remarks:

OFFSHORE; differs from other sea basses in that it is often found on sandy or muddy bottoms.

Small species, rarely more than 10 inches.

Spawns January through March; young adults are predominantly female, transforming into males as they grow older; maximum size is about 10 inches.

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Fat Snook

Sandbar Shark

American Shad

Florida Pompano

Scalloped Hammerhead

Atlantic Sharpnose Shark

Gag Grouper

Scamp

Atlantic Croaker

Goliath Grouper
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Schoolmaster

Atlantic Spadefish

Gray Snapper

Sheepshead

Banded Rudderfish

Greater Amberjack

Shortfin Mako

Bank Sea Bass

Gulf Flounder

Silk Snapper

Black Grouper

King Mackerel

Silver Seatrout

Black Sea Bass

Ladyfish

Silver Perch

Black Drum

Lane Snapper

Spanish Mackerel

Blackfin Snapper

Lesser Amberjack

Spotted Seatrout

Blue Runner

Longbill Spearfish

Striped (Black) Mullet

Blue Marlin

Mahogany Snapper

Swordfish

Bluefish

Mutton Snapper

Swordspine Snook

Bonefish

Nassau Grouper

Tarpon Snook

Bonnethead Shark

Palometa

Tarpon

Cero

Permit

Vermilion Snapper

Cobia

Queen Snapper

Weakfish

Common Snook

Red Drum

White Marlin

Crevalle Jack

Red Grouper

White Grunt

Cubera Snapper

Red Snapper

Yellowfin Grouper

Dog Snapper

Rock Sea Bass

Yellowmouth Grouper

Dolphin

Sailfish

Yellowtail Snapper

Fantail Mullet

Sand Seatrout