from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A marine food and game fish (Cynoscion regalis) of North American Atlantic waters. Also called squeteague.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Any of several species of game fish, of the genus Cynoscion, found in North American waters
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any fish of the genus Cynoscion; a squeteague; -- so called from its tender mouth. See squeteague.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A sciænoid fish of the genus Cynoscion (formerly Otolithus), as the squeteague: so called because it has a tender mouth, and cannot pull hard when hooked.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. lean flesh of food and game fishes of the Atlantic coast of the United States
- n. food and game fish of North American coastal waters with a mouth from which hooks easily tear out
Catches of gray trout, also known as weakfish, have been strictly regulated under the ASMFC
Yes | No | Report from Rick wrote 13 weeks 3 days ago hands down, no question, the all-night weakfish nuts.
I love all types of fishing both fresh and saltwater, with catfish and speckled trout (spotted weakfish) as my favorite species.
They eventually got so sick of kicking me and a few others off, they just ripped the lights out, thus ending five years of weakfish action I've yet to match anywhere.
Gamefish along the Northeast Coast, such as stripers, bonito, weakfish, and tuna, can be downright ravenous during a classic baitfish blitz.
If you're after striped bass, weakfish, or tuna along the Northeast Coast, know ahead of time that bait options are endless.
The Health Department spokesman sniped back at Connecticut in nay case: "Connecticut has issued no specific advisories for American eel and weakfish, while New York State has issued restrictive advisories for these fish."
Speckle trout (spotted weakfish) are moving into their cold weather headquarters in the bays and estuaries --- check the local tackle shops.
There are most likely stripers, blues, weakfish and flounder.
It is also called redfish, channel bass, drum, and spot-tail, one of a big family of fish whose best-known members include black drum, croaker, kingfish, saltwater silver perch, white sea bass, and weakfish.