The amberjack (Seriola dumerili) is the largest Carangidae in the Mediterranean. It can grow up to 60 and more kilos and it represents a sort of "giant trevally" of the
European continent. The largest sizes will not be a realistic ambition for the fly angler since they tend to station in the depth. However, exemplars of 5 to 10
kilos are in range for the fly caster.