Showcasing Florida from Lakes to Deep Drop
There are hundreds of fresh water fish who call Florida home. If we add salt water the number would be in the thousands. Come along as we take a look at just a few of the many species of fish that are hungry and waiting to be caught in the waters of the Sunshine State.
Proud, very proud!
Our own Florida Bay scallops are the best of the best:
Talk about the best:
Florida Red Grouper will put a smile on anyone's face:
Fun to catch and fantastic as the number one guest on the dinner table, the Gag Grouper, and American Red Snapper:
The Gag Grouper made the Florida fish sandwich famous.
Red Snapper is one of the country's favorite food fish. The American Red Snapper runs big, bright-colored, and absolutely delicious. However, there's more than one Snapper that's red. Enter the Vermilion Snapper.
Both live in the same place; both come in a variety of shades of red.
Red Snapper is famous for its soft, mild flesh. It's one of the most popular premium food fish in North America.
Let's take a close look at how the smaller, wide-eyed, Vermilion Snapper compares with the American Red Snapper:
Both Vermilion and Red Snapper taste quite similar. They have a sweet, mild taste that just melts in your mouth. Often Vermilion Snapper are sold for Red Snapper.
Another great eating fish. The mighty...
The faster-than-fast Wahoo has been clocked at speeds approaching 60 mph.