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Bass, black sea

10 in  	Charleston Jetties, SC, USA   10-August-2013   Darrell Olson 10 in Charleston Jetties, SC, USA 10-August-2013 Darrell Olson

(Linnaeus, 1758); SERRANIDAE FAMILY; also called sea bass, black bass, rockbass, common sea bass, humpback (large males)

Found in the western North Atlantic Ocean along the United States east coast from Massachusetts to the Gulf of Mexico; most common from about Long Island, New York to South Carolina. The black sea bass is a bottom species found around wrecks, reefs, piers, breakwaters, and over beds of shells, coral, rock, etc.

The tail or caudal fin is rounded, and the top ray of the tail fin is typically very elongated in larger specimens. The dorsal fin is marked by several oblique, white spots arranged into stripes, and there is a large dark spot on the last dorsal spine. Large males of the species are sometimes known as “humpbacks” because of the visible rise or hump just behind their heads.

 

LengthLocationCatch DateAnglerKayak
10 in Charleston Jetties, SC, USA 10-August-2013 Darrell Olson Jackson Big Tuna



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