“Hey, let’s go catch a tripletail!” Betcha don’t hear that very often. Southwest Florida anglers go out on the water with all sorts of targets in mind: Redfish, snook, tarpon, sharks, grouper, et cetera, et cetera. But tripletail are one of those fish that folks hardly ever plan to catch.
It doesn’t have to be that way. There are a handful of people who regularly put these odd but delicious fish in their coolers. You could be one of them, too — all you need is a dash of know-how and a heaping tablespoon of patience.
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