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Author:  Perpetuitas [ Apr 16th, '13, 05:53 ]
Post subject:  Tuna rod fishing

I found this video on YouTube whilst on the look for brackish water fish species: :

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i5mMI8t7vV0[/youtube]

I think that kind of fish is amazing and scary at the same time. Look a the speed they taking fish out of the water. And if anyone one where I can find the documentary containing this footage I would be really happy.

Author:  RupertofOZ [ Apr 16th, '13, 14:44 ]
Post subject:  Re: Tuna rod fishing

Perpetuitas wrote:
I found this video on YouTube whilst on the look for brackish water fish species: :





Just include the video identifier between the "YouTube" brackets... the bit after the "="

i.e... i5mMI8t7vV0

Author:  mantis [ Apr 16th, '13, 15:11 ]
Post subject:  Re: Tuna rod fishing

And pole fishing is the only ethical way of catching tuna

Author:  RupertofOZ [ Apr 16th, '13, 15:51 ]
Post subject:  Re: Tuna rod fishing

They only use the poles... because it's just to hard for them to try and harpoon them... :D

Author:  Perpetuitas [ Apr 16th, '13, 15:59 ]
Post subject:  Re: Tuna rod fishing

Na, they cant afford trawlers and nets anymore...

I think I will use tuna in my ap system. I just have find a big enough fish tank.
I'll find a way round that salt problem

Author:  Saltywreck [ Oct 5th, '14, 08:25 ]
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My grandpa used to Caine pole tuna in San Diego. The glory days

Author:  BuiDoi [ Oct 5th, '14, 08:59 ]
Post subject:  Re: Tuna rod fishing

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I have seen the original, and I think it was on BBC Knowledge Channel..
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Author:  Squatchaponics [ Oct 5th, '14, 17:59 ]
Post subject:  Re: Tuna rod fishing

Those are a common catch here locally. They're known as Aku here. They're okay but nothing great. People like to smoke or dry the meat. Dried aku is a local style beer snack. The meat has a darker, I guess bloodier, taste than the larger tunas.

Author:  Titus [ Oct 5th, '14, 20:14 ]
Post subject:  Re: Tuna rod fishing

Hi
Many years ago I was invited to a Japanese tuna farm. Offshore from North Africa.
A two kilometer net guided the tuna towards net holding pens.
Here they were fed on frozen fish. The feeding frenzy attracted sea gulls and they too were eaten by the tuna. Snatched from the air!
At harvest time there was a boat on each side of the pen. The crew would bring in the net gradually reducing the size of the pen.
The tuna were then killed and winched on board.
Pick axes firearms harpoons and ice hooks were used. The sea was red.
Eighteen hours later they would be in the fish market in Tokyo.
I was filming this with an old style video tape camera.
Unable to avoid the splashing both I and the VCR were soaked.
The water upset the colour balance and everything took on a purple hue.
Purple haze! We have moved on a bit since then,.Thank God
Titus

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