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see mackerelmackerel,
common name for members of the family Scombridae, open-sea fishes including the albacore, bonito, and tuna. They are characterized by deeply forked tails that narrow greatly where they join the body; small finlets behind both the dorsal and the anal fins; and sleek,
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bonito

1. any of various small tunny-like marine food fishes of the genus Sarda, of warm Atlantic and Pacific waters: family Scombridae (tunnies and mackerels)
2. any of various similar or related fishes, such as Katsuwonus pelamis (oceanic bonito), the flesh of which is dried and flaked and used in Japanese cookery
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In my GPS, I have wrecks named Ai Raid, Bonito Bomb and Man's Land.
I've had 400-pound blue marlin and 80-pound wahoo chase a bonito into the prop, and amberjacks the size of kayaks eat small bonito off the stern.
But falling prices are encouraging Japanese consumers to eat more bonitos, boosting their consumption in the first half of this year by 20% from a year earlier, they said.
The recent plunge in bonito prices worldwide is dealing a severe blow to Japanese fishermen, prompting them to call for an import curb on cheaper bonitos from abroad, industry officials said Wednesday.
They might eat menhaden better than Spanish sardines or bonito strips.
Well done to all -- RCSI, Eastern Flames, Joga Bonito, Arsenal Dial Square, Woolwich Arsenal, Royal Arsenal and St Christopher's Seniors'.
With 12- to 30-pound spin or conventional tackle you can fish two to four fresh Spanish sardines, ballyhoo, mullet or bonito strips from the surface to 50 feet down as you target the king mackerel, bonitos, blackfin tuna and sailfish that should be in the area.
At the dock, the mates would strip out the bonitos for trolling baits for kings and sails.