Also found in: Dictionary, Acronyms, Wikipedia.
  • noun

Synonyms for cobia

large dark-striped tropical food and game fish related to remoras

References in periodicals archive ?
During the Cobia Cook Off Event, a live panel of culinary experts will judge and choose a single winning dish.
One aspect of Cobia biology that has only recently been investigated is their annual inshore aggregations that occur in high-salinity estuaries.
Marine Farms this week announced it had decided to close its cobia farm in Belize, which had served the US.
The new service is the first of its kind in the UK and involves EWL collecting containers of frozen cobia from Vietnam and shipping them to the UK.
Someday, pompano, cobia, and other marine finfish might be commonly raised inland, hundreds of miles from the nearest ocean or bay.
Cobia Boats, manufactured in North Carolina for over fifty years, are a renowned brand of recreation boat created with family in mind.
Putting a dozen of the feisty panfish in the baitwell was the second step in the live-baiting strategy the Stanczyks employ for cobia.
Massad said he is particularly pleased that cobia is popular over such a wide spectrum of market, grocery store chains, cruise ship lines, casinos, and seafood restaurants.
No catch and release, no trolling, no casting to that suddenly showing cobia.
Cobia (Rachycentron canadum) is a migratory, euryhaline benthopelagic species distributed worldwide in tropic, subtropic, and warm temperate waters, except in the eastern Pacific (Briggs, 1960).
com)-- When RTI Electronics created Cobia Smart, the goal was to develop a measurement instrument so simple to use that anyone could use it, while not compromising on the high quality and accuracy that RTI is renowned for.
has entered into an exclusive agreement with Marine Farms A/S of Bergen, Norway, to sell Marine Farms Vietnam frozen farm-raised cobia products in the United States and Canada.
20, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Marine Farms Vietnam, in collaboration with Nordic Group, will launch a major public relations campaign in the coming months to promote farm-raised cobia to restaurants, grocery stores, caterers, and consumers in the United States.
Until now, cobia, which has a firm white flesh and grows three times faster than Atlantic salmon, has not been available in any commercial quantity in Europe.