Did you by any chance mean roosters?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A brightly colored food and game fish (Nematistius pectoralis) found from the Gulf of California to Panama.
“YOU CAN CATCH A roosterfish from a boat in two ways.”
“In the afternoons, Tim and I fished with fly rods for roosterfish from the beach.”
“Inshore traveling baja california mexico by kawasaki klr650 dual-sport motorcycle to catch marlin roosterfish trout bonefish dorado shark jack and back to san diego up mexico highway one watching the baja 500”
“Later, David came close to the ultimate thrill, nearly catching a big roosterfish that spat the hook.”
“Also ever since the F&S article "Baja by Bike", i really want to catch a roosterfish on a fly rod.”
“Four down, three to catch marlin and roosterfish on Baja's East Cape, then a speed run back north, 1,100 miles up Mexico's infamous Highway 1 in time to catch a flight back to New York City.”
“All of this was fun, but my heart was most set on catching a big roosterfish like the 50-pounders mounted on the walls of Leonero's bar.”
“These were big roosterfish, working in pairs, and they were smart.”
“As a result of those valuations, the Mexican senate now has legislation pending to make marlin, sailfish, swordfish, roosterfish, and dorado exclusively gamefish and not to be sold.”
“Since the Mexican government has re-allowed long-liners back into the Sea of Cortez, the outlook has turned bleak for the once-prolific populations of dorado, yellowtails, AJs, marlin, and roosterfish.”
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List of fishes whose names contain the name of a bird, such as parrotfish, sea robin, or snipe eel.
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