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Answered: Surf Fishing

Surf fishing is the sport related to catch the fish,surf fishing is catching the fish from the sea beach.Fish surfers usually use some specific location for catching the fish like sandy and rocky beaches,surfcasting is also a term that is relevant to the surf fishing.

Answered: Is a dauphin fish in the tuna fish family?

I believe the answer is no. I think the reason that you may be confused (and I was confused as well about this) is that you sometimes hear the term "Dolphin safe Tuna". This means that sometimes dolphins get caught in the nets of fishermen fishing for tuna. People don't want to eat dolphins with ...

Answered: Blue fin tuna for sale I fish alot and on occasion I land a blue fin

no, not really. best $ comes from fresh, not frozen. sell to local sushi places and oriental markets. contact your local asian comunity and gormet cooks for happy diners. best of luck and happy fishing from sparklesquid =====@{{{{{>
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