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Topic: Please ID this fish (no pic) Red-lancet shaped-shallow water eelgrass- tomales  (Read 684 times)

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PISCEAN

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Red Brotula maybe?
I've had lings barf them up in Monterey. The ones I've seen weren't nearly this fat and only 8" long or so.
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The description sounds like Bob. Probably Bob.
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