[ UK /tˈɑːpɒn/ ]
[ US /ˈtɑɹpən/ ]
  1. large silvery game fish of warm Atlantic coastal waters especially off Florida
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  • Biologists also are in varying stages of research and replenishment of cobia, speckled trout, tarpon, snook, crappie, bluegill and striped bass stocks.
  • For example, it probably does no damage to a 10 - or 15-pound snook or barracuda, but a 100-pound tarpon is another matter. The Fine Art of Gaffing
  • There are also, in separate sections, adult turtles and big fish like jewfish, tarpon, snook and stingrays.
  • I watched TV fishing ‘celebs’ catch everything from tiddlers to Tarpon.
  • Yes | No | Report from joey wrote 1 year 9 weeks ago haha, i don't turn my nose up at permit, i like to fish for them. i just think 'permit fever' is all psychological, something generated from the pages of magazines. they are a great sport fish, but far from god's greatest gift. there are only a handful of people who target permit anywhere in the overall scheme of saltwater fishing, they are frequently encountered while pursuing other fish such as tarpon or bonefish, and in only certain parts of south florida that i don't think they contribute much to the overall numbers, that's all i was saying. Anybody Want Some Grilled Permit?
  • The saltwater river harbors prized snook, trout, largemouth bass, redfish, and even tarpon.
  • If funds permit, then a mixed itinerary that includes billfish, tarpon, bonefish, or even dorado, is well within the scope of a two or three week expedition.
  • Fishing a chartreuse and white clouser minnow, I was soon catching ladyfish, but it was one of those baby tarpon I wanted - but I couldn't get one to take.
  • The coastal waters of Virginia Beach and the lower Chesapeake Bay are within the northern range of many south-Atlantic species-including spotted seatrout, red drum, black drum, spadefish, cobia, Spanish mackerel, king mackerel, amberjack, jack crevalle, and even tarpon. VIRGINIA BEACH: North Meets South
  • It's a fast growing branch of angling today and I suppose it can be likened to fishing for redfish, snook or tarpon except it's done in freshwater.
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