Mackerel, Pacific sierra (Scomberomorus sierra)

Jordan & Starks 1895; SCOMBRIDAE FAMILY; also called carite sierra, serrucho, sierra
Occurs in the eastern central Pacific: from La Jolla in southern California, USA south to the Galapagos Islands and Paita, Peru and has been reported from Antofagasta, Chile.
The Pacific sierra is most easily distinguished by pigment and color pattern. It is silver-blue above and silvery white on the lower sides and belly with a series of yellow-brown spots on the sides. The anterior half of the first spiny part of the dorsal fin is jet black, in contrast to the lighter remainder of the fin.
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All-Tackle Length World Records

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Length
Location
Catch Date
Angler
All-Tackle (Length)
89 cm
Los Suenos, Costa Rica
08-Jun-2013
 

All-Tackle Length Fly World Records

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Line Class World Records (Conventional Tackle)

Line Class
Weight
Location
Catch Date
Angler
M-01 kg (2 lb)
2.81 kg (6 lb 3 oz)
Golfito, Costa Rica
07-Mar-2010
M-08 kg (16 lb)
7.32 kg (16 lb 2 oz)
Cuajiniquil, Costa Rica
13-Aug-2001
M-10 kg (20 lb)
6.76 kg (14 lb 14 oz)
Cuajiniquil, Costa Rica
03-Sep-2000
W-01 kg (2 lb)
3.51 kg (7 lb 12 oz)
Golfito, Costa Rica
12-Apr-2006
W-08 kg (16 lb)
3.96 kg (8 lb 12 oz)
Golfito, Costa Rica
29-Dec-2006

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