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Blue Marlin

AKA: Aguja Azul Family: Billfish

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Blue Marlin

Blue Marlin Specifications


Water: Salt Where: Offshore
Size: Most common at 150 to 500 pounds, With fish topping 500 pounds not all that rare and the ability to grow much larger, possibly up to about 1000 pounds
Fight: This is the mecca of sport fishing. Top speedster, top acrobat, and sheer stength make this fish the holy grail of the depths.
Deliciousness: Good But Typically Not Eaten, Please Release For Others To Enjoy
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Trolling
Baits: Baitfish / Lures Tackle: Spinning

The Blue Marlin is characterized by a sleek powerful body, a royal blue or darker upper body fading into a whiter bottom. Vertical stripes of blue or black may be present. He has curved dorsal fin with the rest being pointed and a large, wide forked tail. Of course, the beek has a bill, all be it a smaller one than his cousins.

These fish are found following bait runs in the open water, or where dropoffs are present.

Rigged baitfish and live baitfish make for the best natural bait while streamers, tubes and jigs make for the best artificial bait, a combination of the two works the best.


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Fishing Reports Featuring Blue Marlin

06/27/12 Fort Lauderdale Florida
06/11/12 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
08/16/11 Ft Lauderdale 8/8
03/07/11 Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Miami
06/14/10 Ft Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Miami
05/03/10 East Central Florida Fishing Outlook
04/22/10 Ft Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Miami
06/14/09 Fort Lauderdale
05/07/09 Ft. Pierce Offshore - Inshore Report
05/05/09 Fort Lauderdale - Bimini Bite Report

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