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Posted on Apr 29, 2013 in Pacific Currents, sailfish fishing
Astonishing: Sailfish Feeding in a Marina Canal (With Video)
by Jim Hendricks
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This sailfish, its doral fin unfurled, was photographed and videotaped herding baitfish in a canal near Florida's Keystone Point Marina.

So you think you need to run offshore to catch sailfish? Well, this wayward sailfish decided to save you the trouble. It swam into a canal near Keystone Point Marina north of Miami, Florida, and got hungry and starting herding baitfish. Based on what we know, no one cast to the fish. Since it traveled so far to eat, marina residents apparently decided to let it dine in peace. We're not sure where it headed after feeding, but we hope it was back to the open ocean where it belongs.