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    Fish identification help. #7086 03/08/12 10:51 PM
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    Caught this fish by clearwater beach today and can not find what it is by searching the web. Any help would be greatly appreciate.

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    Re: Fish identification help. [Re: Mictian] #7091 03/12/12 08:34 PM
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    Looks like it might be what is called a Whiteing. Not sure of the spelling. Try looking that up and see if it's a match.

    Re: Fish identification help. [Re: Sea Hunter] #7107 03/20/12 09:14 AM
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    Whiting. aka the king mackrel I believe.

    Re: Fish identification help. [Re: SaginawFisherman] #7108 03/20/12 09:14 AM
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    Tasty eating for sure.

    Re: Fish identification help. [Re: SaginawFisherman] #7113 03/22/12 11:40 AM
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    Whiting , bony but great fried. Should be eaten fresh otherwise it ends up tasting like cat food.

    Re: Fish identification help. [Re: SaginawFisherman] #7121 03/23/12 12:50 PM
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    Originally Posted by SaginawFisherman
    Whiting. aka the king mackrel I believe.


    Yes on the Whiting .... but the King Mackerel is a very different fish. What they do have in common is that they are both at their best when they have been put in the smoker.

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