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  • n. Plural form of amberjack.


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  • The team found an incredible amount of marine life in the marine park, including scores of Galapagos sharks, large amberjacks, huge lobsters, and colorful corals that covered the sea floor.

    January Jones: Saving Easter Island's Sharks and Marine Life

  • I've seen medium size amberjacks make a big man say "uncle" many times.

    What Fish Pulls the Hardest?

  • Reef fishes include groupers, snappers, amberjacks and triggerfish.

    Gulf of Mexico large marine ecosystem

  • Mercifully, we were spared the rigors of wrestling big amberjacks.

    The Dry Tortugas

  • We caught no wahoo on this day, but we wore our arms out catching amberjacks to 45 pounds, horseye jacks to 20 pounds, big barracudas, mutton snappers, yellowtail snappers, groupers, and even a few king mackerel.

    The Dry Tortugas

  • And, of course, we caught the ever-present amberjacks, some of which weighed over 60 pounds.

    The Dry Tortugas

  • I hrough the crisp linen, paintings, angled mirrors, and fleurs of Morton's, we maneuver to our table like hunted fish in the sea-spadefish and amberjacks, being shot with the argon laser who-are-you? stares of the Industry.

    Shampoo Planet

  • Their catch included 442 blackfin tuna, seven yellowfins to 80 pounds, five amberjacks, 106 vermilion snapper, 146 Dorado to 50 pounds, four strawberry grouper, two pompano and four porgies.

    The Daily News - News

  • The catch included 249 blackfin tuna, 14 kings, four amberjacks, a 35-pound Warsaw, 51 vermilion snapper and a variety of other fish, including Bermuda chub, porgys, sharpnose shark, triggerfish, lane snapper and skipjack.

    The Daily News - News

  • Julian dropped his jigs as deep as 600 feet and hooked two massive amberjacks, which he loving referred to as "the most magnificent creatures." -


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