Bay snook

The Bay snook lives in the demersal, freshwater, pH range: 7.0 - 7.5, dH range: 15 environment.

Charles Reich with a nice upper Tampa Bay snook Snook fishing in St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay with Captain Wade Osborne is a drag screaming experience. People travel from all over the world to tangle with this highly acrobatic and prized Florida species. More

Tampa Bay Snook fishing is one of the hottest saltwater pursuits going and few fish offer the challenge and sport of this fast moving species some call the largemouth bass of saltwater. More

From the day you get them as two-inchers, your red bay snooks will eat flakes and pellets. They love live and frozen foods. Of course they love goldfish, but you really need to feed them more than goldfish, goldfish, goldfish plus goldfish for dessert. More

Bay Snook, shown in the picture below. The red morph of the Bay Snooks is also available, although I have never seem them. More

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Bay Snook (Petenia splendida) are members of the chiclid family with over expanding vacuum cleaner mouths. This Central American fish is found on the Atlantic slope of where it is found in rivers and lakes in slower moving water. More

This species, commonly called the Red Bay Snook, is a large predatory cichlid, of moderate aggressiveness, that lends itself well to community habitation with other large, moderately aggressive cichlids. This article will provide insight into the care, maintenance and breeding of this beautiful animal. More

Tampa Bay snook has been recaptured at the same site for three consecutive summers. Prior to spawning, sexually mature snook congregate in large num-bers in natural "staging areas". More

The Tampa Bay Snook fishing has not missed a beat. We have been free lining white bait along Mangrove Lines and passes with lots of success. Most of the Snook that we have caught have been in the 25 to 30 inch range and in good numbers. More

Red Bay Snook, Petinia Splendida *Other common names: Bay Snook *Size: Males will grow to 18-21" (46- 53 cm.), females 10-14" (26 More

Common names

Bay snook in English
Blanco in Spanish (español)
Gefleckter Raubbuntbarsch in German (Deutsch)
Giant cichlid in English
Tenguajagua in Spanish (español)
Tenguayaca in Spanish (español)
Vaanijakirjoahven in Finnish (suomen kieli)
灿丽鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
灿丽鱼 in Unknown
燦麗魚 in Mandarin Chinese
燦麗魚 in Unknown

Order : Perciformes
Family : Cichlidae
Genus : Petenia
Species : Petenia splendida
Authority : G