Fishing Improves After New Zealand Storm, Supercow Tuna Landed

Gatch, Tom
September 2011
Log Newspaper;9/16/2011, Issue 903, p47
The article informs that the fishing of Tunas in the California has improved as Supercow tunas from New Zealand have entered the Baja California's Pacific Coast. As stated, that anglers have used various bait techniques such as larger baits to capture tunas. Several photographs related to Supercow tunas along with anglers are also presented.


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