noun, plural (especially collectively) sail·fish, (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) sail·fish·es.
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And the obvious reason is that nobody seems to take the trouble to get what might be proper bait for sailfish.
Sailfish would jump around us for a while and then they would stop.
I never liked it, but with the sailfish I at least was not nervous about him attacking the boat.
But the proportion held about the same, although I consider that fishing for a sailfish and catching one is a great gain in point.
We stowed him up in the bow and got under way again, and scarcely had I let my bait far enough astern when a sailfish hit it.