noun, plural (especially collectively) la·dy·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) la·dy·fish·es.
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Black bass tackle, the rod not less than eight ounces, is sufficient for either ladyfish or ten-pounder.
Twenty-five years ago I compared the ladyfish to a "silver shuttle," for such it appeared in its efforts to escape when hooked.
This forms the adipose eyelid characteristic of the mullet, mackerel, and ladyfish.
Transformation of the Ladyfish, from the translucent, loosely compacted larva to the smaller, firm-bodied young.