Black snook

The Black snook lives in the demersal, freshwater, brackish, marine environment.

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the Black Snook can be found on the Pacific side of the tropical America. Snook are long bodied but thick through the middle, with the upper snout depressed and a protruding lower jaw. More

Black snook make up the main target on the Pacific side. Always be sure of licenses and regulations for the state or region you're fishing. For example, Florida has a daily bag limit of two snook that must measure between 26 and 34 inches. More

The black snook, found only on the Pacific coast of Central America, is thought to be the largest of the American snook family, with the IGFA record at 57 pounds, 12 ounces, and credible reports of fish over 70 pounds. More

The Black Snook is very easily confused with the White Snook, Centropomus viridis (narrow between the eyes, third dorsal spine longer than fourth dorsal spine). More

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sportfishing snook record was a 64 lbs Black Snook landed in 1999, and the biggest Tarpon caught on a sportfishing charter weighed 273 lbs and was landed in 2002. More

IGFA all-tackle-record for Black snook is 57lbs, 12 ozs. The all-tackle-record for White snook is 39lbs, 8 ozs. More

Black Snook has an overall silver appearance with a strong prominent black lateral line. It has an unmistakable shovel-shaped head with a large mouth and projecting lower jaw. The eyes are far apart. More

black snook, which are larger but are more difficult to catch. The swordspine snook, tarpon snook and fat snook are rare and average 6 to 10 pounds, which is considerably smaller than the common snook. More

Common names

Black robalo in English
Black snook in English
Crossie épineux in French (français)
Robalo in Portuguese (Português)
Róbalo in sp
Róbalo in Spanish (español)
Róbalo negro in Spanish (español)
Róbalo prieto in Spanish (español)
Róbalo redondo in Spanish (español)
Snook in English
Sort snook in Danish (dansk)
黑鋸蓋魚 in Mandarin Chinese
黑鋸蓋魚 in Unknown
黑锯盖鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
黑锯盖鱼 in Unknown

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Centropomidae
Genus : Centropomus
Species : Centropomus nigrescens
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