weakfish : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n lean flesh of food and game fishes of the Atlantic coast of the United States
- n food and game fish of North American coastal waters with a mouth from which hooks easily tear out
- As bait for flounders, weakfish and porgies they have no peers, the sandworm being especially alluring in spring and autumn, the blood worm in deep summer.
- MISSOURI WEAKFISH: Propels itself in short, jerky movementsin any direction.
- To each he devotes a chapter weakfish, bluefish, striped and channel bass, sailfish, marlin, tuna, tarpon, and a definitive essay on the bonefish, wiliest of allsetting at .
News & Articles
- Gone for years, weakfish are back in the bay
It’s been years since squeteague, commonly known as weakfish, have been found in measurable numbers in Narragansett Bay. But reports are that they’re back. Sophia Parker, 17, a junior at Barrington High School, went fishing with her father Matt before school last Friday morning and caught seven squeteague just south of Poppasquash Point in Bristol. [...]
June 6, 2013 - Barrington Times
- Jim Saxton in Asbury Park Press
Atlantic menhaden are a key piece of the Atlantic ecosystem from Florida to Maine,Saxton said at the hearing. "They serve as a vital link in the food chain and are a primary source of food for striped bass, bluefish and weakfish, and are...