Atlantic sailfish


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Synonyms for Atlantic sailfish

a kind of sailfish

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8%), and fall within the range reported for Atlantic sailfish caught on live baits rigged with J hooks using a variety of dropback times (23-57%; Prince et al.
5%) in this study is slightly lower than the values reported for Pacific sailfish caught on natural baits (6%) and for Atlantic sailfish caught on live baits with circle hooks (5-13%; Prince et al.
On the biology of Florida East Coast Atlantic sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus).
We were pursuing one of the most magnificent, highly migratory species in the western North Atlantic Ocean, the Atlantic sailfish.
Atlantic sailfish are primarily daytime surface feeders, and so many captains locate them from the top of their tuna towers using sharp eyesight, polarized sunglasses and binoculars.
Atlantic sailfish are predatory fish that use their bodies in unique ways to hunt their prey.
longliners were high in this region during the presumed spawning period of Atlantic sailfish (NMFS (1)).
Regardless, high densities and broad distributions of larvae combined with rapid growth and high production potential indicate that sailfish larvae spawned or hatched in the northern Gulf potentially contribute to Atlantic sailfish populations.
Age and growth of larval Atlantic sailfish, Istiophorus platypterus.
Field and laboratory observations of larval Atlantic sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) and swordfish (Xiphias gladius).
The biology and fishery of Atlantic sailfish, Istiophorus platypterus, from southeast Florida.
In most years, populations of Atlantic sailfish bounce around from Sebastian Inlet to Key West from November through February.
Large numbers of Atlantic sailfish and white marlin begin to arrive in March.
In addition to white marlin, huge numbers of Atlantic sailfish also feed outside the reef near Isla Mujeras and Cozumel.
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