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Yellowfin Tuna
Thunnus albacares


Yellowfin are the biggest tuna caught by West Coast anglers, with the emphasis on caught. Much larger bluefin tuna, including fish pushing 1,000 pounds, have been landed, but only in commercial nets.

The tropical Eastern Pacific from Panama on up to Magdalena Bay and offshore is the place to go for giant yellowfin (Livingston’s fish was caught on the Southern Banks just below Mag Bay). The yellowfin tuna that swim up above Cedros Island and, during warm water years, all the way up into the Southern California bite are juvenile fish that range in size from 5 to 15-pound “footballs” to decent fish in the 40 to 60-pound range that can put a hurt on local tackle.







Yellowfin Tuna Daily Report for Dec 02, 2016




Boat
Trip Type
Anglers
Yellowfin Tuna
Yellowfin Tuna Per Angler
Aztec1.5 Day
27
13
0.48



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