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yellowfin tuna fishing

  • Sport Fishing Mag
    April 16, 2012
    This is turning into the year of the giant yellowfin – and, apparently, they fancy the waters off Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.Only a couple months after Ron Tegland took an estimated 432-pounder aboard his 65-foot Monterey, Tenacious, Capt. Russell Oneil has weighed in another giant yellowfin, a 427.9-pounder, aboard the Journeyman. Read More
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    July 16, 2013
    Panama tuna erupt on bait schools beneath fishing boat Read More
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    April 24, 2012
    Talk about red-hot action — this short video offers some amazing footage of dozens of commercial pole anglers crowded elbow to elbow along a rail far above the water yanking yellowfin and skipjack tuna up and over their heads in one motion. Many are wearing hardhats — the smart ones, as you’ll see!  Read More
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    May 28, 2013
    Marine media converge to catch tuna with PENN at Crocodile Bay Read More
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    February 13, 2012
    The yellowfin, averaging just over 200 pounds, offered nearly nonstop action. Read More
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    June 18, 2014
    Smokin' hot! When the sun sizzles and the fishing's on fire, it must be summer in Venice. Read More
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    March 8, 2013
    First, he caught the fish. Then, it was approved by the IGFA as the new all-tackle world record yellowfin tuna. And now, you might call Guy Yocom fishing's ultimate “lucky one,” having been awarded a symbolic check worth $1 million from Mustad Hooks. Read More
  • oman
    April 10, 2014
    Nothing's more exciting in fishing than massive topwater strikes, and here are 10 places in the world that rank among the best to experience that rush. Read More
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    December 25, 2012
    With all the 400-plus-pound yellowfin tuna in the news these days, a mere 114 ½-pounder doesn’t rank as spectacular in size. But of course everything is relative.If you’ve paddled out to deep blue depths in a 13 ½-foot piece of plastic, and from that platform hooked and — for more than three hours — fought that 114 ½-pounder, with a big tiger shark hot on its caudal fin, that makes the catch seem a bit more spectacular. Read More
  • Sport Fishing Mag
    February 19, 2014
    Panama's wild coast kayak adventure -- a new wilderness outpost camp puts anglers in the middle of memorable action off Panama's remote Azuero Peninsula. Read More
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