King Makeral are schooling fish that migrates from south Florida waters in winter to more northerly waters in spring
These fish are bluish green in color with the sides a silvery hue. Their body is streamlined with a tapered head. No black pigment on front of dorsal fin, lateral line starts high and drops sharply below the second dorsal fin. Average around 20 pounds, record size is 90 pounds.
They are schooling fish that migrates from south Florida waters in winter to more northerly waters in spring. The Gulf of Mexico schools are thought to be separate from the Atlantic population. They feed on small fish and squid.
Kingfish is a term commonly used to refer to a number of different types of fish, including the King mackerel, the King salmon, and the Kingklip. These fish are known for their large size and delicious flavor. Kingfish can be found in both saltwater and freshwater environments, and are popular among anglers for their strong fighting abilities. When preparing Kingfish for cooking, it is important to remove the skin and any bones to ensure a pleasant dining experience. Whether grilled, baked, or fried, Kingfish is a versatile and tasty option for seafood enthusiasts, and a great option for a fish mount.
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