so I work at a restaruant that over looks Charleston Harbor and as an advid fisherman I love it, we get all kinds of neat things that come in with the tide schools of Mullet,Mud Minnows, Big bruiser redfish have been seen and caught then released, a few sheephead now and agian etc etc
Anyway recently for the last week and a half from time to time we keep seeing what looks like to myself and others who are also fisherman a Yellow Triple tail. He swims sideways along the top, almost as if he is dying but one day a dish washer scooped him up with the net we use to collect garbage from the water and I was told he was very active and flipping around trying to get away, He didn't just lay their like he was dying.
Sorry I don't have a picture he for the most part stays at the edge of the sea grass. but if I get one I will post..
But I have never heard of nor have ever seen a Yellow Triple Tail but I mean I guess anything is possible in nature..
Is it possible it is a triple tail in shallow water and why is he yellow? if not any suggestions?
Brian self proclaimed " Lionfish Whisperer" Sous Chef Fleet Landing 186 Concord st Charleston SC Chefparrothead@gmail.com 843-817-2212