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trevally

any of various marine food and game fishes of the genus Caranx: family Carangidae
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Natural spawning of the bluefin trevally Caranx melampygus in captivity.
Jack, amberjack, California yellowtail, Hawaiian ulua, jack cravelle, and trevally
Giant trevally are universally regarded as one of the hardest fighting fish on the planet.
Before he became famous, Hirst gave the fish - thought to be a trevally - to the takeaway in Farsley, Leeds, because his younger brother, Bradley, was working there.
Movements and dispersal patterns of blue trevally (Caranx melamgypus) in a fisheries conservation zone.
Traveling in schools, at least 24 species ranging from 12- to 18 cm (Djeddaba crevalle) to 50 cm (Yellow-spotted trevally) to 120 cm (Yellowfin jack) are found along Red Sea reefs where they feed on small fish.
Mackerel, scad and trevally are now off limits to more than 40,000 fishermen in southern Mindanao following the suspension of commercial fishing at the 308,000-hectare Davao Gulf from June 1 to Aug.
Dozens of meter-long blue-black Giant Trevally arrive looking forward to the tidbits tossed their way.
Three: Trying to catch a giant trevally on light spinning tackle is like trying to clean up radioactive waste with a Kleenex; you are not equipped for the task and you will pay for it later.
Thanks to new technology in a combination of Braided fishing line (like the new Power Pro8 Super Slick), rods--like the Shimano Aerocast & Trevala --and of course our salt water approved reels such as the Shimano Stella, Shimano Twin Power, and Shimano Stradic in sizes from 4000 up to 20000, anglers can now target fish like the arm stretching amberjack, from one hundred and fifty metres below the surface on heavy jigging gear, right up to surface/top water fishing for Giant trevally or big Yellowfin tuna ...
Sustainable green-labeled "Go For It" fish such as pink-eared emperor, orange-spotted trevally, yellow bar angel fish, and the sordid sweetlips make up part of the 48-page illustrated cookbook with recipes submitted by amateur chefs from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ras Al Khaimah, and Fujairah.
THURSO ghillie Dougie Reid landed this massive giant trevally on a nine-foot fly rod during a holiday of a lifetime on Alphonse Island - an atoll in the Seychelles.