Spanish Mackerel

by Mad Son Fishing | 14 October, 2015 8:33pm

(Scomberomorus maculatus)

Spanish Mackerel are related to King Mackerel(Kingfish). They do not grow near as big as King Mackerel but are better on the table(in my opinion). Spanish swim in large schools and can many times be found by the birds circling overhead. Once you find a school of feeding Spanish Mackerel it is easy to catch your limit in no time. They have sharp teeth, therefore, a short section of small wire is your best bet. If the fish are spread out,
trolling a spoon works wonders.

State Record
12 lb Ft. Pierce Nov. 17, 1984 John F. Colligan

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