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Bluefish:


Bluefish:
Location: Inshore, Beach, Ocean
Tackle: Baitcasting, Fly Fishing, Spinning
Technique: Casting, Drifting, Fly Fishing, Still Fishing
Baits: Baitfish, Crabs, Flies, Lures, Shrimp, Squid
Taste: Good when under 5 lbs.
World Record: 31 lbs. 12 oz. caught off Hatteras, North Carolina 01/30/1972
Florida Record: 22 lbs. 2 oz. caught off Jensen Beach, FL 03/19/1972
Min. Length: 12"
Max. Length: None
Daily Bag Limit: 10 per harvester per day


Bluefish are NOT picky eaters and will devour amost anyting thrown at them including but not limited to dead bait, live bait, spoons, lures, fingers and loose clothing. Blues (as they're often referred to) are capable of inflicting serious bites to an angler and if you observe them they are looking for the opportunity to bite the hand that's taking them off the hook. Blue fish are not the best tablefare because of their dark oily meat. Young blue fish are acceptable eating when they are under four pounds.