Definition of cobia
: a large bony fish (Rachycentron canadum of the family Rachycentridae) of warm seas that is a food and sport fish
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Eligible species are kingfish, dolphin, tuna, cobia and wahoo.
Eligible fish species this year include speckled trout, mangrove snapper, cobia, dorado, red snapper, flounder and sheepshead, with method of take coming into play for speckled trout.
Eligible species are cobia, dolphin, kingfish, wahoo and blackfin tuna.
And when the bait is there en masse, the predators are there also; kings, Spanish, jacks, ladyfish, cobia and other species are caught from the span at this time of year.
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Origin and Etymology of cobia
First Known Use: circa 1873See Words from the same year
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