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Blackfin Tuna

AKA: Bermuda Tuna / Football Family: Mackerel / Tuna

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Blackfin Tuna

Blackfin Tuna Specifications

Water: Salt Where: Offshore
Size: Most common at 2-20 pounds with the lunkers reaching upwards of 40 pounds.
Fight: Stong and bullish, like his cousin the Yellowfin, among the best sport fish in the water. Stubborn, lengthy pulls make this fish an all around gamester.
Deliciousness: Excellent
Range: Both Coasts Technique: Drifting / Still Fishing / Casting / Trolling
Baits: Baitfish / Lures / Flies Tackle: Spinning / Baitcasting / Fly Fishing

The Blackfin Tuna is characterized by his football shaped body, with a dark blue to almost black upper and lighter underside seperated by a bronze to yellow stripe running from his large eye to his thin near forked tail. The fins are dark and smaller than the Yellowfin.

These fish are found in the open waters well offshore.

Live or rigged baitfish make for the best natural bait, while spoons, jigs, streamers and plugs make for the best artificial bait.

Props Board Pictures of Blackfin Tuna

20lbs Blackfin Tuna

Fishing Reports Featuring Blackfin Tuna

08/12/16 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
07/20/16 Fort Lauderdale Reef
02/17/16 Cape Canaveral
01/18/16 Ft Lauderdale
12/12/15 Fort Lauderdale, Florida
12/12/15 Fort Lauderdale Reef
07/23/15 Fort Lauderdale Fishing
06/23/15 Ft Lauderdale, Florida
06/23/15 Ft Lauderdale Reef
05/15/15 Fort Lauderdale, FL

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