SPRINGTIME AT THE LUMPS
on-o-mato-poe-ia, n: the forming of a word (as "buzz" or "hiss") in imitation of a natural sound.
Yes, Mr. Webster your definition of this unusual word answers the question of how Acanthocybium solandri got its more common name. Many a Louisiana offshore angler upon setting the hook on one has let out a scream of WAHOO practically audible all the way back to the Venice Marina. It's for certain my favorite offshore species and early one spring I had the chance to fish with my favorite offshore Captain, Brandon Ballay aboard the Aw Heck.
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Kevin Tyler of Pine Grove shot this rare double-spurred, 18 pound, 10 1/2” bearded turkey at Hill Top Hunting club in Livingston Parish.
Main spurs were 1-1/8" & the longest extra spur was 3/4"