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  • noun Plural form of pompano.

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Examples

  • The biggest day saver for me were saltwater catwish ... after our trip for pompanos and mangrove snapper did not work out so well, we went to a place where we thought there would be some catfish and had a blast catching cats for the rest of the night.

    Fish That Save The Day

  • The biggest day saver for me were saltwater catwish ... after our trip for pompanos and mangrove snapper did not work out so well, we went to a place where we thought there would be some catfish and had a blast catching cats for the rest of the night.

    Fish That Save The Day

  • Even as the rest of the planet scrapes together money for the rent check, there seems no end to the bountiful provisions that stream in through its doors: 30 two-pound pompanos from Florida; a box of fresh langoustines from Scotland; 20 whole rabbits from Vermont.

    In the gilded world of Per Se's kitchen

  • There one may also capture blue-fish, white-fish, sheepheads and pompanos; all delicious, the pompanos being the most highly-prized and esteemed, and most expensive, of America's many fine table fishes.

    Ranching, Sport and Travel

  • The fishermen cautiously follow him, until, suddenly catching sight of a lot of pompanos, sheep's - heads, and other fish, he signals to his companions, and they, quietly approaching the unsuspicious fish, drop their long net into the water, and enclose the whole school.

    Four Months in a Sneak-Box

  • The hatchery will next begin to focus on tuna, goggle-eye (bait fish), snapper and Seriola (jacks and pompanos).

    GEN News Highlights

  • Jack (Caranx), amberjack & yellowtail (Seriola), horse mackerel (Trachurus), scad (Decapterus), pompanos (Trachinotus)

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • Jack (Caranx), amberjack & yellowtail (Seriola), horse mackerel (Trachurus), scad (Decapterus), pompanos (Trachinotus)

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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