Well, to add to the Forest Gumps box of chocolate that is the exotic fishery in South Florida, We now have a new contender, the pacu. These are a vegetarian (not) relative of the pirahna. The record is 55 pounds, but most are far smaller in 2-3 pound range. There is apparently a population here in Naples. The method seems to be either stink baits or small lures like small yozuris. I can work with that. But have any of you more widely travelled folk fished for these things? They seem like the bastar d love child of a piranha and a sheep's head. Vegetarian in the amazon, eating nuts and fruit, but predatory elsewhere. I would love to hook up with one. Any thoughts?