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Know your Snapper

There are so many kinds of Snapper. I never met one I disliked.

This would be a good place to put up your favorite picture of your favorite snapper.



School Master snapper off the dock in the Florida, Keys.



Large Mangrove Snapper (grey snapper) off Port Canaveral, Florida



Queen Snapper and Yelloweye Snapper



Red Snapper off Port Canaveral, Florida
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famous red snapper. watch it...they bite.
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snappers

Deep water Silk or Yelloweyed Snapper.



King of the Snappers, Cubera



Mullet Snapper in Panama. Came to the surface from 180ft to shred our live bonito marlin baits.



Schoolmaster Snapper



Mutton Snapper



Two of a Kind, Genuine Red Snappers



One of my favorites to catch! Mangrove snapper (Gray snapper)


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A few more species of Snapper.

Blackfin Snappers- 400ft in the Bahamas



Colorado Snapper- Tropic Star, Panama



Yellow Snapper- Costa Rica



Black Snapper- Deep Droppping



Yellowtail Snapper- Florida



Dog Snapper

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Caught these muttons this past Thursday for a quick two hour trip in Biscayne Bay in 6' of water.



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