Bigeye scads are blue-green or green on their backs and sides, with a white underside. They grow to about 15 inches (38cm) long and feed on small invertebrates, fish larvae, and zooplankton. They are a schooling fish, mostly nocturnal, and prefer clean, clear insular waters.
CABO ON THE FLY : WHEN THE DORADO COME OUT TO PLAY, THE MOST INTRIGUING CHALLENGE IS TO DISPENSE WITH BAITFISH.(Sports)
Nov 14, 1996; Byline: Brett Pauly They were rainbows with fins, darting just beneath the ocean surface off Baja California. Frenzied dorados,...