Game fish, sport fish, or quarry fish are the popular fish that recreational anglers hunt, and can be freshwater or saltwater fish. These fish can be eaten after being caught or released after capture. Some game fish are also commercially fished, such as salmon and tuna. This category is intended for recreational sports fish and has only the following subcategory. In estuaries, where local fishermen fish a lot, Pacific bass populations can be mostly smaller fish; finding underexploited waters where trophy fish remain can be a challenge.
White bass, one of the largest members of the drum and croaker family, which includes spotted trout and weak fish from the Atlantic coast, is one of the most sought-after saltwater prizes among anglers from northern Baja California to central California. Marlin is the only bony fish that can rival bluefin tuna as the biggest predator in the oceans, and none can rival it in terms of commercial value; big fish can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars in the Japanese market. Kahawai (or Australian salmon) is unique to Australia and New Zealand, where it is an important fish highly appreciated by coastal and coastal fishing anglers. Platypterus tends to grow considerably larger than its Atlantic counterpart, and fish weighing more than 100 pounds are found in the mill.
This supreme freshwater ambush predator, which gobbles up everything from other fish such as yellow perch and gizzard tarpon to muskrats and waterfowl, can exceed six feet in maximum length and weigh more than 70 pounds or more. The fact that it is one of the most accessible and available game fish in a very large area (from the western end of the Gulf of Mexico to the Mid-Atlantic states) helps explain the enormous popularity of the red drum (also known as the redfish) among coastal and nearshore anglers. A species of bluefin tuna from the Pacific provides anglers in South Australia and New Zealand with action for fish that are almost as big. The distinctive high dorsal fin, shaped like a comb, of an illuminated cockerel fish that crosses the green coastal waters, following the trail of a live bait or popper, is one of the most memorable places in sport fishing.
Many anglers believe that Wahoo is the fastest fish in the sea and perhaps size by size, but in any case, their first run (especially if it's the right size of tackle) is just great. It is one of the biggest tunas, but unlike yellowfin tuna or bigeye tuna (in fact, scaleless dog's tooth is a kind of pretty), it has a mouth full of dagger-shaped teeth and, instead of patrolling offshore in large schools of predators, solitary dog's tooth prowls along slopes and channels through large coral reefs. There is no other saltwater game fish similar to triple tail, its shape more like that of a large sunfish than an elegant predator. When a hook is taken, they turn into horizontal missiles that sizzle away in an initial race that lasts too long and is incredibly fast for a fish of their size.
We will begin by analyzing the fish that are most sought after among anglers in the United States, and then we will conclude a non-exhaustive list of game fish that can be called real legends with fins.