Fish Facts: Atlantic Scombrops – Scombrops oculatus

Atlantic Scombrops range throughout most of the Atlantic ocean but are most commonly caught in the straits of Florida and in the Bahamas. Atlantic Scombrops is a deep water fish(600 to 1800 ft.) that is seldom caught by recreational anglers because it takes some really deep water equipment to reach them.

Fish Facts: Atlantic Moonfish – Selene setapinnis

Atlantic Moonfish – Selene setapinnis. Adults usually found near the bottom from inshore waters out to 150 feet. Often found ins schools. The young are found on muddy bottoms brackish estuaries and in coastal marine waters. Atlantic Moonfish feeds on small fish and crustaceans. Moonfish are good to eat. Atlantic Moonfish are members of the … Read more