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Synonyms for bonito

flesh of mostly Pacific food fishes of the genus Sarda of the family Scombridae

fish whose flesh is dried and flaked for Japanese cookery

any of various scombroid fishes intermediate in size and characteristics between mackerels and tunas

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You'll also encounter fish like sailfish that regularly change directions so that when you try to lead a fish, a perfect cast can easily turn into a bonito bait.
In every area of the state there are wrecks known to hold baitfish, and those same wrecks will always hold their share of predators, from barracuda and amberjacks to schools of strafing bonito and opportunistic sailfish, dolphin and wahoo.
Maybe 20 mostly dead pilchards were in the water when I saw the flash of a bonito.
Against this backdrop, Japanese fishery industry associations are calling on the government to set an emergency quota on bonito imports, but the Fisheries Agency remains noncommittal.
Bonito catches have grown steadily as fish boats become larger, with the annual volume worldwide rising to 1.
In Japan, the wholesale price of fresh bonito in July was down more than 30% from a year earlier to 150 yen per kilogram, while that of frozen bonito dropped more than 50% to below 100 yen.
The undefeated sharp-shooting aces ended the league with a total of 35 points, five ahead of league runners-up Joga Bonito.
When I looked back into my logs I saw that last year in June offshore of Miami we had a strong run of dolphin, a decent amount of large blackfin tuna, a few sailfish, kingfish to 20 pounds and bonitos.
Glass minnows give way to hordes of Spanish mackerel, which are then joined by bonito, ladyfish and hard tails.
Spanish are pretty easy to catch, once you have located them, and they are sure to be joined by the aforementioned stragglers of ladyfish, hard tails and bonito.