Snook

Commonly known as Snooks or Róbalos, the Centropomus species are native to tropical and subtropical waters.

The Snook ranges in maximum from about 14 inches - 4 feet 7 inches in length. Snook are renowned game fish that are known to inhabit Central America. Interestingly, all Robalo or Snook species are capable of inhabiting both fresh and saltwater and are known to seasonally occupy Gatun Lake.

 

 

Snook Gallery
Ultimate Snook Fishing Fishing for Large Snook
 

 

 

Best Time to Catch Them
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Fishing Equipment Used
  • Jigs and natural baits
  • Medium/fast action rods together with spinning reels
  • 150 to 200 yards of 10 to 12 lb test line
 

 

 

Snook Fishing Testimonials

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