Blue Marlin


The Life of Animals | Blue Marlin | Tropical Blue Marlin in the world and the ocean waters, occurring both in the Atlantic and Indo-Pacific. The warm currents such as the Gulf Stream in the western Atlantic and the Agulhas Current western Indian Ocean serve as roads ocean of blue marlin and migration have a strong influence on the seasonal distribution. Individuals have a greater tolerance to higher temperature, and blue marlin found the limits of their range tend to be big fish. Some blue marlin is located in the extreme south of the continent, even though parts of Atlantic-Pacific is questionable, especially since a tagged fish in the western Atlantic was re-captured the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean.

In Pacific Blue Marlin are seasonally found as far north as southern Japan and south of the Bay of Plenty in the North Island of New Zealand. The blue marlin in the eastern Pacific migrate northward to southern California and south to northern Peru. The southern limit of its range in the Indian Ocean east seem to Albany and Perth, Western Australia, and the western Indian Ocean blue marlin were taken south of Cape Town. In temperate waters, warm currents interact with these structures is essential background to create the environmental conditions for fishing for blue marlin and hot water to another. Temperature breaks created bodies of hot and cold water are pushed against each other as a less tangible which attracts bait and fishing, including blue marlin.

Catch the greatest in the sport fishing record is £ 1805 Pacific Blue Marlin caught by a group of fishermen in Oahu, Hawaii on the charter boat commanded by Captain Cornelius Choy Coreene C (this fish often referred to as "monster Choy '). Commercial fishermen began much larger samples. Largest blue marlin early market of Tsukiji in Tokyo presumably weighed 1.106 kg mass. At least 1,000 pounds (450 kg) of fish, a "great", has historically been considered by fishermen to fish for blue and black marlin truly exceptional. For most Billfish fishing, the fish represents 1,000 pounds of fish life.

Blue marlin feeding eclectic use of a wide range of prey species and sizes. The scientific analysis of stomach contents of blue marlin have organisms as small as miniature filefish. Of greater interest for fishermen is the upper range of prey size blue marlin. The 72-inch white marlin was recorded as being found in the stomach of a blue marlin caught 448 pounds in Walker Cay in the Bahamas, and, more recently, in 2005, White Marlin Open a white marlin on 70 pound class are in the stomach of one of the blue stripes. Spearfish marlin 30 to 40 pounds have been reported as part of Kona Blue Marlin fishing source. Tuna of 100 pounds or more were also found in the stomachs of large blue marlin. Scientists distinguish two species of blue marlin, Atlantic Blue Marlin (Makaira nigricans) and Pacific Blue Marlin (Makaira Mazara).

Exceptionally beautiful blue marlin is the largest of the Atlantic marlins and one of the world's largest fish. Women are much larger than males, can reach 14 feet (4.3 m) long and weigh more than 1,985 pounds (900 kg). Native to tropical and temperate waters of the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans, Blue Marlin are among the best known of all fish. Cobalt blue is below the top and silvery white, with a distinctive dorsal fin and a long and deadly, spear-shaped upper jaw. They are called blue-water fish spend most of their lives at sea.
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