Swordspine Snook


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Swordspine Snook are smaller than other snook with most fish around one foot long.  They have the largest scales of all snook and their anal fin extends past the base of the caudal fin.  They are yellow-green to brown-green on their back with a silver belly.  Their lateral line extends onto their tail.  You can catch them similar to how you would catch other snook, however, you will need to downsize your baits.


 

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