The Los Cabos region of Mexico offers a superb variety of saltwater fishing opportunities in spring.
Check out the latest fishing tips and techniques for catching wahoo.
Summertime tricks for catching this speedy game fish.
Better lures and improved tackle have allowed captains to troll even faster for wahoo.
It’s cold almost everywhere else, but the Keys are hot in December.
Wahoo seems an apt name for these fish because their sizzling high-speed runs usually elicit a similar-sounding “woohoo!” Imagine, then, catching the all-tackle world record wahoo, which weighed 184 pounds. Most anglers use wire leaders and troll lures or baits for wahoo, sometimes at speeds up to nearly 20 mph. These powerful predators swim most of the world’s oceans. They’re considered excellent table fare, but be careful of their razor-sharp teeth when boating these long-bodied speedsters.
Insights into the lives of saltwater anglers who became celebrities.
Point Loma angler landed a monster wahoo in September pushing 80 pounds.
How a growing fraternity of Kona’s kayak anglers has dialed in the Big Island’s pelagic big-game fishing.
A greenhorn heads to Baja for explosive yellowfin tuna, wahoo, dorado and yellowtail action.
An 84-pound wahoo is big anywhere but particularly for a state that, until this year, has never seen a wahoo swimming off its coast.
Why the Big Island remains one of the world’s prime destinations for blue-water game fish.
Plan to fish the northern Gulf of Mexico out of Venice when wahoo swarm deepwater oil rigs
Four great catches await approval as new world records by the IGFA
Five exciting alternatives to fishing for wahoo at high speeds
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Maryland woman catches monster fish during tuna tournament