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jewfish:

see groupergrouper,
common name for a large carnivorous member of the family Serranidae (sea bass family), abundant in tropical and subtropical seas and highly valued as food fish.
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jewfish

1. any of various large dark serranid fishes, such as Mycteroperca bonaci, of warm or tropical seas
2. Austral any of various marine sciaenid food and game fish, esp the mulloway
3. Austral a large food fish of W Australian waters Glaucosama hebraicum
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He treated the body with a stern respect, similar to the respect I'd seen in his arms and hands when handling a big jewfish, holding the ninety-pound creature gently so as not to bruise the flesh, with a care not to damage the look of the beautiful shining kill.
The project involves reconstructing the two-lane roadway north of Jewfish Creek, building a new high-level bridge over Jewfish Creek to replace an existing low-level drawbridge, and replacing the causeway over Lake Surprise with a low-level bridge.
About that name: No one is sure why a jewfish is called a jewfish, but in 2012 the official committee in charge of naming fish changed it to the more politically correct "goliath grouper.
Generation times for Nassau grouper and jewfish with comments on M/K ratios.
Many Gulf of Mexico fish stocks have also been substantially reduced by overfishing, including: Pompano, king mackerel, Spanish mackerel, cobia, redfish, speckled trout, red snapper, and Jewfish.
Just inside Longboat Pass (north end of Longboat), Jewfish Key is a big-time snook haunt--especially along the south end where a deep cut runs close to a rocky edge spiked with lots of downed timber.
The West Australian dhufish (Glaucosoma hebraicum), also known as the Westralian jewfish (McKay, 1997), is one of the most commercially valuable and recreationally sought after finfish in Western Australia (Sudmeyer et al.
Our art director, Gigi Ortwein, was cruising off Jewfish Key, a 39-acre island east of Longboat that's only accessible by boat.
LONG BEFORE STEVE ELLIS dreamt of building a grand, green vacation home with open-air stairwells and disappearing sliding-glass doors, he sat under the mangroves on the shore of his then-undeveloped lot on Jewfish Key, alongside his wife, Catherine, and their daughter, Saylor, and marveled at the cool breeze rolling off the bay.