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Bonefish Details
Name: Bonefish
Water Type: saltwater
Latin Name: Albula vulpes
Common Names: ʻʻio, Bonefish
Ideal Water Temp: Tropical
World Record:
Description: The bonefish (Albula vulpes) is the type species of the Albulidae family, or bonefishes in order Albuliformes. It is amphidromous, living in inshore tropical waters, moving onto shallow mudflats to feed with the incoming tide, and retreating to deeper water as the tide ebbs. Juvenile bonefish may be observed in large shoals of like-sized individuals with large mature fish swimming in smaller groups or in pairs. Bonefish are considered to be among the world's premier fly game fish and are highly sought after by anglers. Bonefish are primarily caught for sport. They are not commonly eaten. Bonefish are eaten in Hawaii, where they are known as ʻʻio.[1]
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this fish is one of my favorite fish.. and i have alot of favorite fish!
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