TITLE

Bluefin and Yellowfin Tuna Are Biting for SD Offshore Anglers

AUTHOR(S)
Vanian, Bob
PUB. DATE
September 2011
SOURCE
Log Newspaper;9/16/2011, Issue 903, p46
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information on the efforts of anglers to improve the fishing of Bluefin and Yellowfin in San Diego, California. The article states that use of tuna pens can be helpful in finding bluefin bites. The article informs that bluefins gather around the tuna pens which allow the anglers to catch the fishes easily and it also results into limited capture of fishes.
ACCESSION #
69755856

 

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