What fish is this?

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  1. Expat

    Expat Expat™ Knives Staff Member

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    Caught this on my fly rod today in the Gulf. (Pensacola area)

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    Here and there...
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  3. Expat

    Expat Expat™ Knives Staff Member

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    When I first got it I assumed it was a mullet but it looks a bit different from others I’m familiar with. Thus my post here.

    mullets are extremely common here.
     
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    Mullet is also the plural of mullet I believe, in the same manner as "sheep".....what kind of cretins do we have fishing here...... ;) :D
     
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    Anchovie, better known as a bait fish.
     
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    Boooo thought this was thread about the Prom night game “What fish is This!?!”
     
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    It looks like it has large translucent teeth but i guess that is not the case.
     
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    Looks fishy to me....
     
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    Sardine or pilchard
     
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    Looks like the shad we use to catch Striper with.
     
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    Could be a sardine. A little more belly and smaller eyes than an anchovy.
     
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    looks like maybe a little ladyfish maybe, eyes are just a little to small to make me go all in on that though - upload_2021-3-25_17-7-3.jpeg
     

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    Not a ladyfish, but this was my first thought as well.
     
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    Expat Expat™ Knives Staff Member

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    I didn't know shad went in saltwater.
     
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    They are ambidextrous. They can go in both.
     
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    Now that we know what it is, how did it taste?
     

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