SNOOK PACIFIC (Centropomus spp.)

Six snook species occur in the Atlantic and six in the Pacific. Biggest are the black snook, blackfin and whiteThey inhabit shallow coastal waters, bays, estuaries and brackish lagoons, often penetrating far inland in fresh water.

Snook diet consists mainly of fish and crustaceans. Fishing methods include trolling or casting artificial lures, live baits and fly fishing. Seems that best fishing is said to be on the changing tide.

MAX SIZE: 70 lb / 31 kg 
MAX LENGTH: 51 inch / 130 cm 
MAX AGE: Unknown
ENVIRONMENT: Saltwater-Freshwater

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