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Weakfish Details
Name: Weakfish
Water Type: saltwater
Latin Name: Cynoscion regalis
Common Names: gray trout, squeteague, common sea trout, summer trout, tide runner
Ideal Water Temp: 55 to 70 degrees
World Record: 19 lbs. 2 ounces, NY
Description: Description: dark olive or blue-green back; sides covered in tones of blue, purple, lavender, gold and copper; irregular diagonal rows of vaguely-defined dark spots appear above the lateral line; 1 to 2 prominent canine teeth usually present at tip of upper jaw; black margin on tip of the tongue; pelvic and anal fins yellow; pectoral fins olive on outside, yellow underneath; mouth yellow inside.

Where found: an Atlantic coast fish, possibly found in the extreme southeastern Gulf; adults move INSHORE and north during warm months inhabiting the surf, inlets, bays, channels and estuaries; adults move OFFSHORE and south during cold months; juveniles inhabit estuaries which serve as nurseries.
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