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Spotted Seatrout

Updated: May 2, 2005, 8:29 PM ET

Cynoscion nebulosus

Other Namesspeck, speckled trout, trout, gator trout, spotted weakfish, black trout

DescriptionThe spotted seatrout has a relatively long, slender body. The upper jaw possesses 2 large, curved, canine teeth. The back is usually a dark silver/gray with a bluish tint; the sides are silvery. Round black spots are distributed on the back, upper sides, and the second dorsal fin. One way to distinguish the spotted seatrout from its close relative, the weakfish or gray ...

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