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  • noun Plural form of yellowtail.

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Examples

  • 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.

    East Cape Doomed?

  • Yellowtail: Maybe one of the better yellowtails I have had. fresh, nice texture and flavor.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Yellowtail: Maybe one of the better yellowtails I have had. fresh, nice texture and flavor.

    Sushi Go 55

  • When the tide had begun to recede from his boulder that evening, he splashed out to it again and was rewarded with several yellowtails of respectable size.

    Dragon Drums

  • When the tide had begun to recede from his boulder that evening, he splashed out to it again and was rewarded with several yellowtails of respectable size.

    Dragon Drums

  • Suddenly they swam right into a big school of fishes, all yellowtails and of very large size.

    The Sea Fairies

  • Their precarious life seemed to concern the yellowtails very little, if at all.

    Sailing Alone Around the World

  • One day, after it had been off some hours, it returned in company with three yellowtails, a sort of cousin to the dolphin.

    Sailing Alone Around the World

  • Our decompression lasted for a little over half an hour, and we were followed all the way to the surface by a school of yellowtails.

    Discussion Forum - TuDiabetes

  • Long leaders for the bigger snapper or chicken rigs fished on top of the reef for the verms, lanes and yellowtails.

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