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found off the West Indies and Florida

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Argentine red shrimp, Argentine stiletto shrimp, sea trout, acoupa weakfish, king weakfish and tomtate grunt were also negatively correlated with depth, but exhibited positive correlation with latitude (i.
Lat: latitude, CalAlgae: Calcareous algae, AC: Argentine croaker, AH: Argentine hake, AmH: American harvestfish, AR: Argentine red shrimp, AS: Argentine stiletto shrimp, AW: acoupa weakfish, BC: Brazilian codling, BF: Brazilian flathead, BS: bluewing searobin, C: codling, CA: castaneta, CF: catfish, DG: dusky grouper, F: flounder, GT: grey triggerfish, J: Jamaica weakfish, KW: king weakfish, LH: largehead hairtail, MF: monkfish, O: octopus, PC: pink cusk-eel, PS: pink-shrimp, RP: red porgy, S: skate, SB: sea-bob shrimp, SF: sand flounder, SK: southern kingcroaker, SP: sandperch, SQ: squid, SS: striped soldier shrimp, ST: sea trout, SW: stripped weakfish, TF: tilefish, TG: tomtate grunt, W: whitemouth croaker.
The estimated overall catch of Sand Perch (-71%), Tomtate (-32%), and Sand Perch (-26%) declined when soak doubled (Table 4).
The overall catch of Black Sea Bass, Tomtate, Vermilion Snapper, and Sand Perch generally was related linearly to fishacc, indicating that the rate of catch of these species was not strongly influenced by the catch of individuals of all species in the trap.
Northern species that met the 20% criterion were white grunt, gag, tomtate, black sea bass, vermilion snapper, and gray triggerfish.
macrostomum SpnGnt Speckled Hind Epinephelus drumniondhayi SpkHnd Tiger grouper Mycteroperca tigris TgrGpr Tilefish Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps Tilfsh Tomtate Haemulon aurolineatum Tomtat Vermilion snapper Rhomboplites aurorubens VrmSnp Warsaw grouper Epinephelus nigritus WrsGpr White grunt Haemulon plumieri WhtGnt Whitebone porgy Calamus leucosteus WtbPgy Wreckfish Polyprion arnericanus Wrkfsh Yellow jack Caranx bartholomaei YelJck Yellowedge grouper Epinephelus flauolimbatus YdgGpr Yellowfin grouper Mycteroperca venenosa YlfGpr Yellowmouth grouper Mycteroperca interstitalis YlmGpr Yellowtail snapper Ocyurus chrysurus YtlSnp
Distribution, abundance, age and growth of the Tomtate, Haemulon aurolineatum, along the southeastern United States coast.
The dominant species in descending order of abundance included Atlantic spadefish, Chaetodipterus faber; red snapper, Lutjanus campechanus; vermilion snapper, Rhomboplites aurorubens; hardhead catfish, Arius felis; blue runner, Caranx fusus; sheepshead, Archosargus probatocephalus; tomtate, Haemulon aurolineatum; and lane snapper, Lutjanus synagris.
Live pilchards hooked through the lips and freelined to the bottom will get some of the biggest snappers, as will a small, live tomtate grunt, better known in Miami as the spot grunt (it has a small black spot near its tail).
But cobia that have seen them from Panama City to Pensacola might prefer a finfish like a croaker, tomtate or mullet.
According to Bullock, scamp stomach samples have turned up a lot of vermilion snapper (beeliners) and tomtates (spots).
Here's a trick for grabbing tomtates and other scamp treats like small blue runners, squirrelfish and the like: Cut a frozen squid into inch-long strips about 1/8-inch wide and deploy them on fishfinder rigs.
During the study, red grouper (Epinephelus morio) that were much larger than the largest red porgy collected and that had considerably larger gapes were caught on the same hooks, as were many tomtates (Haemulon aurolineatum) which were similar in size and had similar gapes as the smallest red porgies caught.
Palm-size pinfish, squirrelfish, tomtates and freshly procured threadfin herring are the baits of choice for these two savvy captains.
For example, tomtates and sailors choice are two populous species of grunts that are vital to the diets of large predators.