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i recently took a saltwater fishing trip of the shore of coco beach and caught 33 inch bonito i dont know much about the fish ex

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  • santa
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    I just remembered that what I call Atlantic bonito are often called striped bonito in my area. There is no class for striped bonito in the Alabama deep sea rodeo so I just call all bonito "Atlantic"

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  • santa
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    Atlantic Bonito around my neck of the woods are mostly considered good for cut bait. They are usually caught in the 3 to 5 pound range. I have found them to make a very good smoked fish jerky and have canned them. I do not every remember seeing one 33 inches long, but then I am not an expert on them either.

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  • i recently took a saltwater fishing trip of the shore of coco beach and caught 33 inch bonito i dont know much about the fish ex

    i recently took a saltwater fishing trip of the shore of coco beach and caught 33 inch bonito i dont know much about the fish except its in the tuna family. i was wondering if anyone had any info on it and could tell me if mine would be considered big. here is a link to the pic http://www.fieldandstream.com/photos/trophyroom/recent/single?bonnier_photos_maintype=34%7C20501&filter0; =34&filter1;=%2A%2AALL%2A%2A&filter2;=%2A%2AALL%2A %2A&page;=0

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