The blackfin tuna is frequently found within various areas throughout Florida, such as the Florida Keys Humps and the bluewater ledges in the northeastern area. There is a lot of information available about them, such as the bait the fish prefers which includes ballyhoo and live sardines, but what about other factors like the conditions they prefer or their growth rate? Thanks to research at Nova Southeastern University, there is a wealth of information on these sea dwellers.
For starters, blackfin tuna prefer to hang around waters where the temperature is between 71 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Though they typically swim at depths of about 187 feet below the surface, it's not unusual for them to periodically dive to depths of over 650 feet. Usually, blackfins prefer deeper depths during the daytime, and tend to ascend to shallower depths when night falls. Though there is no concrete reason as to why blackfin tuna tend to exhibit this behavior, research suggests the fish prefers to find a place it happens to like and remain there.
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