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I posted this fish in Surf Reports as a Spanish, but a helpful member says it is a Cero. Did not know this fish lived here. Not sure how it differs from a Spanish. It was about 14-15 inches.
 

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I posted this fish in Surf Reports as a Spanish, but a helpful member says it is a Cero. Did not know this fish lived here. Not sure how it differs from a Spanish. It was about 14-15 inches.
The man will wright you up for a juvenile King. If it is not legal length for King. They told me there is no Cero up here.
 

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The man will wright you up for a juvenile King. If it is not legal length for King. They told me there is no Cero up here.


That's a Spanish not a juvenile king


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The man will wright you up for a juvenile King. If it is not legal length for King. They told me there is no Cero up here.
Once in a while Cero are caught up here. I caught a 6 pound cero off PCB pier back in the late 80s and had to explain and show the difference in Spanish, Kings and ceros to a Marine Patrol officer.

Every year, we get a few things up here that should be south. I've seen small bonefish one year at PB pier, one guy a day before caught one in his bait net throwing on cigs in shallow water. This year I caught a small snook in Davenport Bayou while throwing at silver mullet for king baits.
 
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