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red snapper:

see snappersnapper,
name for members of the Lutjanidae, a family of spiny-finned food and game fishes found chiefly in tropical coastal waters. Snappers are carnivorous, active, and voracious, with large mouths and sharp teeth. Most species travel in dense schools.
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Our tastes have changed immeasurably since getting heavily into pink wines around 15 years agoThere was also a suggestion of making a Bloody Mary but with the Young Tom - making it a Red Snapper - which sounds delicious
Caption: If you want to release a fish caught in deep water, such as this red snapper, a descender device can help its chances for survival.
A legal Red Snapper in these waters must be at least 16 inches.
The management of the fishery for red snapper in the northern Gulf of Mexico is highly controversial (Strelcheck and Hood, 2007; Cowan et al., 2011).
Under the EFP, participating anglers are allowed to fish red snapper in the state territorial seas and adjoining federal waters, from shore to 200 nautical miles.
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The workers are hired from Police Skills, part of Red Snapper recruitment.
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