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World Record Tuna

World Record Tuna

Few fish are tougher than tuna. Here are some for the record book.
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from Waleaha Charters wrote 3 years 19 weeks ago

We have a Blue Fin Charter business and fish the same waters as Ken Fraser landed his world record Blue Fin Tuna. Check us out at www.worldrecordtuna.ca.

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from purplehead wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

Somebody has to poop on the party. Thanks a lot, Fishingfreak.

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from Fishingfreak wrote 4 years 42 weeks ago

No, they have a silvery look to em. Tuna are also predators. All fish have a little mercury in them. That mercury starts adding up. Those big fish didnt get so big eating plants.

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 44 weeks ago

Fishingfreak...how do you see mercury in a fish?You have xray glasses?

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from Yoda wrote 4 years 44 weeks ago

Those are some big fish, I've only seen dead decaying tuna up close, it'd be wild to go out and catch one of those.

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from Fishingfreak wrote 4 years 45 weeks ago

I dont like keeping what I dont eat...and a couple of those fish look like they have a lot of mercury in them....but, dang, what I wouldnt give to catch one of those.

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 45 weeks ago

I need to get a bigger boat...good fishery for bluefin on the eastern side of Prince Edward island

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from MazPower wrote 4 years 45 weeks ago

#1: WOW!!
#6: Dude, where are your pants?

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from MazPower wrote 4 years 45 weeks ago

#1: WOW!!
#6: Dude, where are your pants?

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 45 weeks ago

I need to get a bigger boat...good fishery for bluefin on the eastern side of Prince Edward island

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from Fishingfreak wrote 4 years 45 weeks ago

I dont like keeping what I dont eat...and a couple of those fish look like they have a lot of mercury in them....but, dang, what I wouldnt give to catch one of those.

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from Yoda wrote 4 years 44 weeks ago

Those are some big fish, I've only seen dead decaying tuna up close, it'd be wild to go out and catch one of those.

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from bigjake wrote 4 years 44 weeks ago

Fishingfreak...how do you see mercury in a fish?You have xray glasses?

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from purplehead wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

Somebody has to poop on the party. Thanks a lot, Fishingfreak.

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from Waleaha Charters wrote 3 years 19 weeks ago

We have a Blue Fin Charter business and fish the same waters as Ken Fraser landed his world record Blue Fin Tuna. Check us out at www.worldrecordtuna.ca.

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from Fishingfreak wrote 4 years 42 weeks ago

No, they have a silvery look to em. Tuna are also predators. All fish have a little mercury in them. That mercury starts adding up. Those big fish didnt get so big eating plants.

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