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snapper

 [snap´er]
any of various carnivorous marine fish of the family Lutjanidae found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.

snapper

[snap′er]
any of various carnivorous marine fish of the family Lutjanidae found in tropical waters; they are often eaten by humans but sometimes contain ciguatoxin and can cause ciguatera.

snapper

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3) Provide for cooperation among the coastal states, the various regional marine fishery management councils, and Federal agencies involved along the coast to enhance the management of bluefish throughout its range.
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Bluefish are another frequent visitor of the inshore reaches of our saltwaters.
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In August 2011, Medivir, a Swedish pharmaceutical company specialising in infectious diseases, has agreed to sell its generics business, BMM Pharma, to fellow Swedish firm Bluefish Pharmaceuticals.
Farther out, within casting range on the pier or jetty, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, jack crevalle, blue runners and possibly king mackerel will be available.
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Abundance and stomach contents of seasonally co-occurring piscivores were examined to determine overlap in resource use for Summer Flounder (Paralichthys dentatus; 206-670 mm total length [TL]), Weakfish (Cynoscion regalis; 80-565 mm TL), Bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix; 55-732 mm fork length [FL]), and Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis; 422-920 mm FL).
Offshore and along the coast, north bound king mackerel--some topping 50 pounds--and Spanish mackerel, cobia and bluefish can be found from just outside our coastal beaches to the outer reef.