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Caught a strange looking fish this weekend while porgy fishing in the western sound. Fish was about 6 inches long, very narrow body, a flat head with a v shaped mouth and sharp teeth. top of fish was brown, underside white. Anyone know what it might be? Thanks
 

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I go with Lizardfish too. I caught one a couple of weeks ago casting a silver lure for snappers. When I released it, the thing kind of buried itself in the sand until I disturbed it (I didn't like the thought of those teeth by my toes.)
 

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A hackle head is a scuplin, same family as a sea robin. A lizard fish is totally different. Much more a wamr water fish.

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