The Sargo fish is scientifically known as (Diplodus sargus) and is popularly called as White Seabream. It belongs to the Sparidae family. It is a small fish which is generally seen in the reef marines in the depth of more than 5 feet below the water. The color of the fish is metallic silver with a grayish hue.
While fishing, the Sargo fish is generally seen in the eastern Atlantic and Western Indian Ocean. It is a popular catch and is relished well when fresh.