from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of several marine food fishes of the genus Trachinotus, especially T. carolinus, of tropical and temperate Atlantic waters, having a silvery oblong body with a bluish back.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Any of various fish, of the genera Trachinotus, Parona, or Zalocys, from coastal parts of the North Atlantic
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any one of several species of marine fishes of the genus Trachynotus, of which four species are found on the Atlantic coast of the United States; -- called also palometa.
- n. A California harvest fish (Stromateus simillimus), highly valued as a food fish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A carangoid fish of the West Indies and South Atlantic and Gulf States, Trachynotus carolinus, attaining a length of about 18 inches, and highly esteemed for food.
- n. In California, a fish, Stromateus simillimus, abundant in summer along the coast, and highly esteemed for food.
- n. Along the western coast of Florida, a gerroid fish, Gerres olisthostoma.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. any of several deep-bodied food fishes of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
- n. flesh of pompano; warm-water fatty fish
All Comments from grantystyle wrote 9 weeks 1 day ago pound for pound, the pompano is the hardest fighting fish ive ever caught.
Yes | No | Report from grantystyle wrote 9 weeks 1 day ago pound for pound, the pompano is the hardest fighting fish ive ever caught.
James Ransom for The Wall Street Journal POMPANO AND CIRCUMSTANCE: At Pearl Oyster Bar in New York, pompano is grilled whole and served with vegetables.
We had dinner on a ground-veranda over the water -- the chief dish the renowned fish called the pompano, delicious as the less criminal forms of sin.
Visitors wishing to try their luck in the surf may catch popular species such as pompano and whiting.
I can 'think of anything else I'd use unless it would be a white jig for sight fishing pompano.
The same jig pattern also produced one small redfish and about 8 or 10 small pompano.
Some of the fish I recognize such as grouper, red snapper, pompano and snook.
You probably already eat chicken or salmon raised in cramped, factory-like conditions, and in a couple of years you may see farmed drum, redfish, pompano or amberjack from the Gulf of Mexico in supermarkets.
You can catch pompano, whiting, ladyfish, spanish makeral etc.