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Purple Reign

Keweenaw Tackle company follows Mother Nature’s cue; adds the potency of purple Traverse City, MI (June 17, 2016) – Fish come in all colors, whether predator or prey. But no matter the shade of their skin, there’s a common hue that always shines through; whether they live in freshwater or salt. It’s a pigment radiating off their every inch. Top, side and belly; fins, snout and tail. The color that reigns? Purple. You got it: The simple yet eye-catching mix of red and blue. It’s a natural pigment that predator fish to home in on; even more so in clear water. And for this reason Fin-Wing is introducing two new shades to their already vibrant...
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Whitebone Porgy Fish Species Information

Scientific Fish Name: Calamus leucosteus
Other Fish Species Names:
Regions Fished: Western Atlantic: North Carolina to southern Florida in the USA and the entire Gulf of Mexico.
World Record:
Common Tackle:
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Found mainly on sedimentary bottoms from 10 and 100 m depth.

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