Daily Highlights from the staff at BD
Ben Smith caught a 52-pound striped bass from the Delaware surf to claim a new state record.
The crew on the El Suertudo gets a Christmas surprise as the IGFA approves their yellowfin tuna as a world record potentially worth $1 million from Mustad Hooks.
The IGFA approves the 427-pound yellowfin tuna caught in September for a world record, and the catch is now one step closer to claiming a $1 million prize from Mustad.
The 445-pound yellowfin caught on the Excel is the fourth 400-pounder landed this year. Does that mean there's a 500-pounder out there? Perhaps...
Capt. Justin Fleck talks about the 445-pound yellowfin tuna caught on the Excel. The fish is the largest yellowfin ever caught on rod and reel.
It's official, the giant yellowfin tuna caught on the Excel weighed in at 445 pounds — the largest ever caught on rod and reel.
Excel Sportfishing hauled in a giant yellowfin tuna that taped out at 459 pounds!
The 427-pound yellowfin caught in late September is still getting a lot of attention as a potential world record, but there's plenty of other amazing catches as well!
The scale used to weigh the 427-pound potential world record yellowfin tuna has been certified. The beast is now one step closer to becoming a world record.
Read BD's exclusive story about the 427-pound yellowfin caught off Cabo that could potentially claim a new world record and $1 million in Mustad's Hook A Million contest.
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