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Bluefish are one of the most important food fish of the Atlantic seaboard, and catching Bluefish is a very exciting sport.
The body of the Bluefish is elongate, moderately compressed, its head is large compared to body, and they have a large mouth, and protuberant and acute teeth.
The Bluefish can grow to over 50 lb.


They are voracious feeders that travel in large groups or schools, and they have been known to come close inshore and attack swimmers.

They are reported to feed until their bellies are full, regurgitate, and feed again as long as food is present.
Juvenile or young Bluefish that are only 4-6 months old are commonly called "Snappers".

Bluefish are found from Nova Scotia to Argentina, usually in surface waters near shore or offshore.