Common Snook

Common Snook
Scientific Name: Centropomus undecimalis
Common Name: Snook, Sargeant Fish or Robalo
Description: The common snook is a robust fish that reaches 55 inches in length and may weigh 50 pounds. It is easily distinguished by its sloping forehead, protruding lower jaw, and prominent lateral line. The dorsal surface is a dull gray color with a yellow to green tint, while the ventral surface is silvery. Common snook have a preference for mangrove-fringed estuarine habitats or structures like piers and docks. They are the most abundant and wide-ranging of all snook species. Take limits: 1 fish between 24 and 28 inches

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