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Tuesday, January 7, 2020

The Popular Crevalle Jack

Among the many fish you may be likely to find in the Miami waters in January, the crevalle jack is among them. As part of the jack family, the fish goes by several different names including couvalli jack, yellow cavalli, black-tailed trevally, and more. It’s recognized by its fin colors and deep body, and it can grow to about nine inches in length, though this is rare.
The crevalle jack spends its time and inshore as well as offshore waters, typically near bays and lagoons, or over reefs. It is known for being a powerful predator, consuming small sea dwellers like shrimp, crabs, prawns, and more.
The fish remains a popular recreational catch, being attracted to cut and live bait plus artificial lures. Interestingly, however, if the crevalle jack happens to be in feeding mode, it will generally ignore any of these lures. When caught, it will make a “snorting” sound, somewhat similar to those made by pigs.
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