Almaco Jack

(Seriola rivoliana)

 

 

Maturity at: 60 cm in length

Max Published Size: 160 cm and 130 pounds 

TnT Record: 45 pounds (unofficial)

TnT Season: Year round

IUCN status: Least concern

 

 

General Information: Adults are demersal in outer reef slopes and offshore banks to 500 ft or more. They may form small groups but often solitary. Young are often seen offshore around floating objects. They feed day and night mainly on fish, but also on small squid. Eggs are pelagic. Marketed fresh and salted or dried. May cause ciguatera poisoning, particularly in coral reef areas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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