Caught by a fisherman in Tonga
No identification made yet.
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This looks like one of the Caranx species, ie the Trevally and Jacks. There seems to be a variety of species of Caranx in the Pacific Ocean and they look similar to each other (to the unfamiliar eye like mine).
Do you have a profile shot of the fish?
In addition, there appears to be Pseudocaranx species also, eg Silver Trevally (Pseudocaranx dentex).
This is the best pic I have I'm afraid. I thought it might be some form of Trevally. It had a really long and very thin caudal fin. Or at least what looked to be a caudal fin.
Thanks for your help.
Lat/Lng: -18.6676, -174.0102