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FISH ID help, thanks

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dazed321

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Hi Guys,

I recently speared this fish in Indonesia, I thought it might be a Golden Trevally?

But I looked up Golden Trevalley and them seen to have strips on them? This has no stripes?

Any ideas.

It tasted great by the way ;)
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mrfish87

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First one definitely looks like a permit and the second one looks like a pompano. We get the pompano here in the Gulf of Mexico pretty thick starting this month.
 

Johny Depth

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Leccia!named in Italian ,Named in english! Leer fish.,This species grows to be 20s kilo 30s kilo,.alike a Amber jack in some ways hunts mullet and other small fish.When young swims in shoals or in small numbers
 
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