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Well, I’ve never been to Spain, but I do like catching Spanish mackerel.
Spanish mackerel are the smaller cousins of the prized king mackerel, a big game fish for which our state is widely known. Although they don’t get as large as kings, Spanish are easier to catch, more colorful and better tasting. Like kings, they are a fish of the ocean, not going deep into inshore waters, but roaming close enough to the beach so they are often in range of pier and surf fishermen as well as those with small boats.
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