Spanish mackerel

The Serra Spanish mackerel, Scomberomorus brasiliensis, is a species of fish in the family Scombridae.

The Atlantic Spanish mackerel, Scomberomorus maculatus, is a migratory species of mackerel that swims to northern Gulf of Mexico in spring, return to south Florida in eastern gulf, and to Mexico in western gulf in fall. More

of a Spanish Mackerel as it is being reeled in. When the Kings have been hooked, it has been one-sided, with a screaming drag and broken line the usual outcome. More

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Spanish mackerel to use whole fish as bait for big game fishing. Recreational harvest has averaged 1.5 million pounds annually, with anglers in Florida and North Carolina taking the majority of fish. The commercial fishery has averaged 3. More

While Spanish mackerel rarely fall for a piece of natural bait, the most effective and exciting way to catch these "run and gun" feeders is on artificial lures. Their sleek shape, pointed snouts and deeply forked tails enable them to pursue prey with amazing speed. More

Spanish mackerel is tasty when prepared fresh, especially on the grill with a lemon and butter sauce, but the macks do not freeze well, another reason not to load the boat with fish. More

The Spanish mackerel was originally described as Scomber maculatus by Mitchill in 1815. This scientific name was later changed to Cybium maculatum and then to the currently valid Scomberomorus maculatus (Mitchill 1815). More

Spanish Mackerels are also one of the richest sources for Omega-3 fatty acids. These are the polyunsaturated fatty acids with huge health benefits. They are easily filleted and excellent eating baked, broiled, steamed, smoked, poached, or fried. More

Top Tactics for Spring Spanish MackerelThe "prince" of mackerel can be the king of nearshore water along the coast during the spring months. Here's how the experts catch 'em. More

The Spanish mackerel has the outline of the slender mackerel rather than of the stout bonito, its body being nearly 4½ to 5 times as long as it is deep. More

Where Spanish Mackerel Are Found: Spanish Macs are found INSHORE, NEARSHORE and OFFSHORE, especially over grass beds and reefs and are absent from north Florida waters in winter. More

Bluefish and Spanish mackerel travel in schools sometimes mixed together. Both can be aggressive, vicious predators, frequently chasing harried baitfish in a frenzy of slashing and crashing surface activity. More

Minimum size limit for Spanish mackerel is established at 14 inches total length. B. Minimum size limit for king mackerel is established at 27 inches total length. C. More

* Spanish mackerel population levels are high and overfishing is not occurring. * Management measures have been successful in rebuilding Spanish mackerel stocks. More

The Spanish Mackerel body is proportionately deeper than the juvenile King Mackerel, and the yellow spots appear rounder and brighter, but if in dought the only true identifier is the lateral line, which tapers rather gently from front to back with no severe More

Spanish Mackerel: Spanish mackerel are in our area from June on into October. They can be caught throughout the lower Chesapeake Bay and in our ocean waters. More

The Torres Strait Spanish Mackerel Fishery operates predominantly in the eastern Torres Strait, targeting the narrow-barred Spanish mackerel (Scomberomorus commerson). More

Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus commerson Illustration © R. Swainston Target species Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel Scomberomorus commerson. The largest mackerel found on the Reef, the Spanish mackerel is a species prized by Queensland commercial line fishers. More

Spanish mackerel are distributed Gulfwide in coastal nearshore waters and saline estuaries and bays. Identification & Biology : The body is elongated and strongly flattened from side-to-side. More

The Spanish mackerel is much smaller than its relative, the king mackerel, averaging only 2 to 3 pounds in weight. Spanish mackerel are greenish dorsally with silver sides and belly. Yellow or olive oval spots traverse the body, which is covered with very tiny scales. More

A silvery relative of the tuna, Spanish mackerel migrate in large schools along the shoreline. Spanish mackerel grows to nearly 3 feet (0.9 meter) in length. Once severely over fished, Spanish mackerel populations are now abundant. Spanish mackerel primarily comes from marine fisheries, rather than fish farms. More

Spanish Mackerel are related to tuna and have sharply forked tails, streamlined bodies, thin skin, and very sharp teeth. They travel in large groups, moving further north in the spring and returning south in the fall. More

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Scombridae
Genus : Scomberomorus
Species : Scomberomorus brasiliensis
Authority : Collette, Russo andZavala-Camin, 1978