Scientific Name: Istiophorus platypterus
Common Name: Sail
Description: The Sailfish is dark blue on top, brown-blue laterally with a silver white underbelly. The upper jaw is elongated in the form of a spear. The first dorsal is greatly enlarged in the form of a sail with many black spots, its front is squared off and highest at its midpoint. The pelvic fins are very narrow reaching almost to the anus. The body is covered with embedded scales that are blunt at the end. The lateral line is curved above the pectoral and then straight to the base of the tail. Take limits: no limit minimum 84 inches

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