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                                              BLACK MARLIN


    Species: Makaira Indica (Cuvier in Cuvier and Valenciennes, 1832)  [Perciformes - Istiophoridae - Black Marlin]
    Local Name: Malasugue, Marlin, Tandalayang, White Marlin (Japan), Silver Marlin (Hawaii)

    Game Qualities:
    The black's immense strength and exceptional size makes it a favored target among big-game fishermen. A fight with one of these fish can last for hours, wearing severely on the angler as well as the tackle. Anglers commonly troll brightly colored lures or rigged baitfish to catch this species. 
    As a result of the depleted stocks, many sport fisherman are now tagging and releasing their catches.
    Tackle and Bait: While many Blacks have been caught on lighter outfits, the standard is a good balanced ocean trolling outfit
    in the 5-pound or even 80-pound line class.
    Marlin baits fall into three categories:

    1. Artificial trolling lures;

    2. Live, fairly large baitfish, such as school Dolphin or Bonito; and
    3. Rigged natural baits, such as Mullet, Mackerel, Bonito, Barracuda, extra-large Ballyhoo ("Horse Ballyhoo").
    Lures are used most often, because they allow more ocean to be covered. In somewhat limited areas,
    such as along weedlines or around seamounts and other well-established grounds, live bait is usually preferred.
    Fishing Sysytem: Sometimes Drifting; Trolling.
    Description: The black marlin is the only marlin with non-retractable fins.

    Another distinguishing trait is their dorsal fin which is proportionately the lowest of any billfish. It stands less than
    50 percent of the fish's body height. The black marlin's back is slate blue and transitions to a silver belly. 
    It may also have light blue stripes when excited.
    Habitat: Black marlin generally exist in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the Pacific and Indian Oceans. 
    They are a highly migratory, pelagic species that will rarely swim deeper than 100 feet.
    They are most commonly found in deep waters, near such prominent bottom structures as continental shelves and reefs.
    Size: Maximum weight about 2,000 lbs
    World Record: 1,560 pounds  


    CLS

    Line
    (lbs)

    WGT
    (kgs)

    DATE

    Fishing   Ground

    Angler

    STATUS

    M

    20

    86.25

    12,Apr,92

    San Visente, Cagayan

    Joseph Lee

    C

    M

    30

    102.50

    24,Apr,89

    Beazley Reef sulu Sea

    Roberto Garcia

    C

    M

    50

    145.00

    05,Feb,93

    Scarborough Reef

    Victor Villavicencio

    C

     M 80318.00 11, July,13Puerto Princesa, PalawanAyi Luna C

    M

    80

    293.00

    05,June,13

    off San Vicente, Cagayan

    David Gonzales

    C

    W

    50

    69.00

    13,May,03

    San Visente, Cagayan

    Christina Bernasconi

    C

    JR

    30

    48.9

    22,Apr,12

    San Visente, Cagayan

    Stefan I. Nuyda

    C


    Joseph Lee Black Marlin

    BLACK MARLIN-joseph.jpg


    BLACK MARLIN-nuida.jpg


    BLACK MARLIN-david.jpg


    BLACK MARLIN-aiy.JPG





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