When it comes to the tuna species, none are as small as the blackfin tuna. Barely forty inches in length at its full growth, they are recognized by their oval-shaped bodies and their black backs tinged with some yellow on their sides. Among tuna, they remain the most sought after and the most widely caught. Interestingly, their lifespan is incredibly short. A blackfin tuna that’s been around for five years is considered “old”.
Blackfin tuna are only found in western parts of the Atlantic Ocean. While they are typically top-feeding fish, they have been known to travel into deeper waters to hunt fish and squid. They are also known for consuming crustaceans like crab and shrimp.
Despite their small size, blackfin tuna are not to be underestimated. They are strong fighters when faced with conventional deep-sea fishing rods and reels and are known for diving deep once they’ve been hooked. Despite this, the fish is a very popular catch among adults and children.
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