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Fishing Crew Catches 900-Pound Bluefin Tuna 1 Mile Off Shore

The Hooked Up fishing crew had no idea what they were in for when they pulled out of South Harbor Marina on January 17. Captain Joe Seegers, Chris Critz, Shane Kellett, and John Hohmann, who make up the team aboard the 40 foot custom fishing vessel, knew bluefin tuna were finally biting in the Lower Cape …

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The 2nd Largest Fish Ever Caught on Rod and Reel; 1496-Pound Bluefin Tuna

With today’s media and social media reports of unbelievable catches go viral, and some are legitimate, and some are 100% fake (see this wahoo story). Regardless of the legitimacy of the photos and the fish, the IGFA is the gold standard of the fishing spot, and all records go through their agency. So, for a record …

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Behemoth 920 lb 9 ft Long Bluefin Tuna Drags Boat 4 1/2 Miles Before Fishermen Real it in

Greg Looney, Brian Keef and Michael St. Jean had no idea they were signing up for the fight of their lives when they booked a fishing trip with Kevin Leonwert, a captain from the reality show Wicked Tuna. The buddies from Dracut Massachusetts figured they’d catch something pretty big, but what they ended up with …

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Video and Story of Massive, Viral Bluefin Tuna That Almost Tipped Over Boat

It’s the photo you’ve seen 100 times if you’ve ever been on a Fishing Forum, Facebook, Instagram, or Youtube. But, do you know the true story? Nat from First Light Anglers and his client Ron snagged the fish of a lifetime when they reeled in a 712lb – 101″ giant bluefin tuna in Gloucester, Massachusetts. And, …

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See the Insanely Expensive $1.76 Million Dollar Bluefin Tuna

How much do you like sushi? We’re guessing now matter how much you love it, you don’t love it as much as Kiyoshi Kimura. He paid $1.76-million dollars for a tuna. Yes, one tuna. Not a school, or a 1,000-pound behemoth, but one tuna that didn’t quite weigh 500-pounds. That means he paid $3,603 per pound. That …

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