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How to use bluefish in a sentence
Expert fishermen, whalers and farmers, the Shinnecock people lived for centuries off the clams, striped bass, flounder, bluefish and fruit native to the area.How kelp farming is helping revive the economy and ecology of a Long Island bay | Iris M. Crawford / Nexus Media | November 18, 2022 | Popular-Science
From your own boat or from the beach, beyond lifeguard-patrolled zones, you can catch bass, bluefish, and fluke and keep them as long as they meet local size limits.15 National Park Fishing Spots to Add to Your Bucket List | kklein | September 30, 2021 | Outside Online
We fished together—for bluefish in the Long Island sound and for tarpon at Islamorada.Remembering Critic Robert Hughes: A Torrent of Brilliant Words | James Fox | August 7, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
It tells the story of the Striped Bass and bluefish Derby, a five-week fishing tournament with a $30,000 prize.
bluefish knocked the ashes out of his pipe, from which we judged that his yarn was brought to a close.
At this momentous juncture, old bluefish, to our unmitigated astonishment, started up with a wild whoop.
bluefish also did well, but little Dicky Drake, as usual, made a laughing-stock of himself.
After the horse-racing came the bull and bear fight, in which old bluefish and myself evinced an especial interest.
In the Gulf of Mexico it often feeds in company with the salt-water trout, and in northern waters with the bluefish and weakfish.Bass, Pike, Perch, and Others | James Alexander Henshall
British Dictionary definitions for bluefish
Also called: snapper a predatory bluish marine percoid food and game fish, Pomatomus saltatrix, related to the horse mackerel: family Pomatomidae
any of various other bluish fishes
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