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Reproduction & Life cycle Giant Trivially (Caranx Ignobilis)

Reproduction & Life cycle Giant Trivially (Caranx Ignobilis)

GTs can turn their colour on and off.  During spawning, males tend to darken while females stay lighter, however, you can find silver males & females & black males & females. (Carl Mayer, chief marine biologist from Hawaii.)   Trevallies have separate sexes. Many common species appear to reach reproductive maturity at lengths between 35 and 56 per cent of their maximum size. The giant trevally, for example, grows to about 160 cm and 80 kg over a lifespan of about 24 years and reaches reproductive maturity at a length...

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Keep Them Alive

Keep Them Alive

Captain and Fishing Guide Chad Kockott of Oceansouldiers shares important steps to a healthy catch and release. Catch and Release is a big part of what fishing is all about today. Although many people have the best intentions when handling and releasing fish, some actions have detrimental effects on chances of survival. To ensure your fish live after release, consider the following: In summer, the gunnel and deck of your boat could be 45’C. That’s so hot you can’t stand on it with bare feet, no wonder fish struggle when...

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