Snook Fishing can be done in some rivers, lakes, and sea, both in the Pacific and the Atlantic Ocean. Its differences go, from the disposition of the fins, the color and its relation of length by width among other aspects. The most known snook is the so-called common Snook.
If there is a type of fish that has not been written much about, it’s the Snook Fish.
The Snook is a very beautiful fish, elegant and colorful. Its elongated shape and with intense silver flakes contrast with its sensory line very visible on its sides and black, and that distinguishes it even in murky waters. The lateral line that the fish use to determine any movement vibration around it. Both to change direction when they are within a shoal or to detect a prey. Please read the articles below for more Snook Fishing information.