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Amberjack (Seriola dumerili) has a number of dark stripes that start from the nose and reach the anterior region of the dorsal ribs. Amberjack is a very large fish, usually weighing around 15-20 kg, however, despite its size, it is very fast.

Amberjack's habitat is usually on the slopes of the deep, and he also likes to be near rocky coral reefs. Amberjack is considered a predator, it feeds on other types of fish and small squids. In the Seychelles, it is well caught on jigging and donk at depths of 90-130 meters. The bait is tuna meat or a whole bonito weighing up to three kilograms.


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