English: Weakfish, sea trout.
Spanish: Corvinata real
The head and back of this fish are dark brown in color with a greenish tinge. The sides have a faint silvery hue with dusky specks, and the belly is white. The origin of its name is based on the weakness of the mouth muscles, which often cause a hook to tear free, allowing the fish to escape.
The weakfish grows to 1 m (3 feet) in length and 8.7 kg (19 pounds 2 ounces) in weight.