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the fun's method of catching tuna of the day By Laurie Dharmaretnam

Anglers or fishing enthusiasts the world over know the thrill, excitement, and pride involved in catching tuna fish. Indeed, tuna are among the most beautiful species of fish and are always considered as prized catches. If you are out to catch some tuna in your longplanned fishing weekend getaway, it would help a lot to understand the nature of this fish. Doing so will help you catching more tuna and you can even end up with large-sized ones.

There are several kinds of tuna fish and most of them thrive in tropical and temperate waters. You can some species of tuna near the shore while others thrive in deeper waters. The biggest ones are often found out in the sea so it would be a good idea to use a fishing boat if you are planning to catch good tuna. The most popular species of tuna include the yellow fin tuna, blue fin tuna, big eye tuna, albacore, and skipjack.

You must also keep in mind that tuna are fast swimmers, so it would indeed be advisable to use a boat in catching this kind of fish. In fact, there are more than a couple of ways to fish for tuna. One of the most popular ways of catching tuna is the Andalusian method. Other methods include the use of cages or what fishermen known as the cage system or fish farming, long line fishing, purse seines, pole and line fishing, the use of harpoon guns, the use of aggregating devices, as well as big game.

For most fishing enthusiasts, trolling is perhaps the most effective way of catching tuna fish. In trolling, you will need to maintain a good speed of about 5 to 8 miles an hour. At this speed, you will be able to make the fish dance to your speed with the help of baits and lures instead of you having to catch them all over the seeming

endless waters. There are those who complain that no matter how they troll, they just cannot seem to have a good catch of tuna. Perhaps their problem is they are not able to read the signs given by nature, such as diving birds, time of day, and the current season.

There are lots of things you will need to consider when catching tuna fish. However, do not let this discourage you from catching your dream tuna. There are lots of guides out there that can give you tips on how to effectively catch this prized fish.


Here are some more articles might be useful for your fishing experience It is a great fun fishing tuna, but you need to be well-disciplined and sufficiently well-equipped to enjoy this experience. The other name of Tuna fish is Allison tuna and you have in them different varieties like yellow fin, bigeye, long tail and blue fin.

The yellow fin tuna is considered highly economical and throughout the world, the quantum of catch of this variety of tuna is very high. Experts say that this variety of tuna fish is abundantly available around the equator region. They prefer to live in warm seas. Since they are comfortable with warm water, they live at depths of about 500 to 600 feet from the surface. These yellow fin tuna come with blue or black back. Whitespotted bellies make them attractive and with their bright yellow dorsal and anal fins, their attractiveness is enhanced. Usually, they are 9 feet in length and may weigh about four hundred pounds. During the summer months, it is easy to hunt tuna fish because during warm periods, they hunt near the surface of water. They can easily be spotted when there is a dim light like late

afternoons and early mornings because they like such a dim lighting. However, during cold climates or in winter, they go deep inside the water and hunting them during those seasons will be difficult. Observing the diving birds is one of the ways to identify where the tuna is. Diving birds, with their presence, will show that there are schools of bait fish in the nearby areas. The presence of dolphins and sharks also indicates that there is tuna fish present close by. Tuna fishing is a thrilling and interesting experience and one has to experience it to describe how exciting the experience will be. Further, it is scientifically proven that tuna provides Omega3 fatty acids to the body that can reduce the risk of heart ailments. Tuna fishing can be done using long lines. A long line is a main line and it has branch lines connected to it at even intervals along the main line and these branch lines come with baited hooks. For catching tuna that comes in schools, you can use a purse seine that has a net in which the tuna fish is trapped. It is operated like a drawstring in a purse so that the tuna is caught inside. Some people use the simple pole and line fishing equipment to catch tuna fish. However, others use a harpoon gun which is nothing but an improvised version of spear fishing that used to be adopted in olden days. Big tuna fishing can be done by throwing pieces of bait fish or by using lures that are trolled at the back of your boat. Fish aggregating device is also used to catch big tuna fish. However, you should remember that if you wish to catch yellow fin tuna,

you have to fight them because they have a tenacious fighting spirit, and they may yank the line off the reel. So you should be strong enough to handle them when you wish to catch this bigger and more tenacious yellow fin tuna fish. The author is a fishing enthusiast that run a website on fishing. Also the various tuna charters that is great for your next excursion.

Here's What This Book Advanced Secrets Of Tuna Fishing Will Do For YOU... • Gives

complete instructions on exactly how to find tuna this means you go out in any situation and find tuna using many different techniques, everything from natural signs to using technology at home or in your boat.

• Teaches

you how to pick the right weather and water for tuna you may not be aware of the fact that tuna are affected by light conditions, and weather patterns but once you learn what triggers their feeding and movements you can use nature to your advantage.

• An

excellent guide on bait and lure selection... every fisherman knows that different fish like different baits and lures, this is your easy selection guide to knowing which tackle and bait to use for each kind of tuna.

• In

depth knowledge of the correct line knots for tuna fishing... you may think that regular knots will do, but you're wrong because tuna fight like no other fish and you will need precise knots to catch them. I give you step by step instructions!

• Instructions

on all the various tuna feeding habits... this takes you from a novice to a pro within hours, you will completely understand the ways that tuna feed and how you can be in the middle of the action when they are hungry.

• Clear understanding

of the correct water depth and temperatures... you may think that tuna just swim around on the surface but after reading my book you will know the correct depths and temperatures for every kind of tuna, this is vital!


Secrets of Tuna Fishing