Another Species I.D. help

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    Another Species I.D. help

    I saw the previous post for the species I.D. and everyone here is pretty good on this I.D. game. I need some help on this guy I pulled in during a night time yellowtail trip, we were in about 65ft with chum out. Initially thought squirrel fish but it has way different patterning.
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    Bigeye tuna

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    Its a Glasseye Snapper

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    Quote Originally Posted by JEN'S REVENGE View Post
    Bigeye tuna

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    Redeye spotted silverfish

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    Quote Originally Posted by eQuip View Post
    Its a Glasseye Snapper
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    ugly fish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sea Monkey View Post
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    X 3. Glasseye snapper. The spots give it away when it's in distress.

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    Glasseye Snappa!!

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    Thanks all, In hindsight it might have been easy to find on Google, but it wasn't on FWC website or and snapper charts I checked.

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