Discussion in 'Mainland Mexico Fishing Reports and Discussion' started by danny osuna, Feb 9, 2019.
Was that on the El Pescador?
Yes, it was caught on the El Pescador.
One of these days. Congrats
Nice, that’s a sweet boat and great fish.
Congrats man! Great catch.
not just over 4....WAYYYY over 4! That fish looks every bit of 450# too...just incredible!
That makes the #200lber I caught with them a few years ago look small!
Congrats to Roberto as well! Sure being the youngest brother in that family of stud captains wasnt easy...now he's topped them all!
Don't let it fall on you!!!
Si Tuna, Si Chinga!
Nice going Keith, it couldn’t happen to a nicer guy. Keith always puts in the time to make every trip he is on the best possible outcome. This trip makes all of that work and preparation pay off for a fish of a life time that may never fall to another. Regardless, that is one crazy big fish. I just dread hearing about it every time I am on the boat with you,
was it actually weighed ? If so, what was the number ?
I caught a 314 pound tuna and have seen many pictures of them since I caught mine in 82’ on a single speed. The big one Is impressive and over 400 pounds. The smaller one looks like a 200 pound model. All the 300 pounders I’ve seen were bigger than the person. Maybe that wasn’t the other 300 pounder.
The Captain is 6'2" and I'm 5'10", and it was a very big fat fish. A catch of a lifetime
I’d have been praying that a gaff didn’t break. That’s a big fish
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