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Catching the Kingfish

Catching the Kingfish




      

Catching the Kingfish


Catching the Kingfish

The kingfish is caught on the same tackle, from New Jersey southward along the coast to Texas. It grows to a weight of twelve pounds. In northern waters the kingfish is not the same as these southern fish and does not get as large, seldom going over five pounds, and usually much smaller. For these common bass tackle may be used. The bait may be sand worm, shedder crab, shrimp or clam. The fishing is done from an anchored boat near rocky places.

Brooks, Lake. The Science of Fishing. Columbus, OH: A.R. Harding, 1912. Print.

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