Fresh Yellowtail or Amberjack fish, Kalk Bay, Western Cape Province, South Africa : Stock Photo
Fresh Yellowtail or Amberjack fish, Kalk Bay, Western Cape Province, South Africa : Stock Photo

Fresh Yellowtail or Amberjack fish, Kalk Bay, Western Cape Province, South Africa

Credit: Neil Overy
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Yellowtail (Seriola lalandi) is a member of the Carangidae family which includes kingfish, leervis and pompano. They are found in warm temperate and subtropical waters around the world. It is well-known South African species and is the second most commonly caught species in the linefishery after snoek. Yellowtail are a large, pelagic schooling species which undergo unpredictable seasonal migrations. They are a resilient and fast-growing species with high fecundity (fertility), reaching sexual maturity after 2-3 years. Their nomadic lifestyle makes them less vulnerable to overfishing.

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