If you want to fish for Blackfin tuna, then we know the perfect place to go. The Florida Keys is brimming with Blackfin tuna. These fish are delicious, and they can be eaten with sushi or made into mouthwatering steaks. And best of all, catching Blackfin tuna can be very simple.
There are three ‘humps’ in the Florida Keys, which are underwater sea mounts that attract fish. Most fishermen fish for Blackfin tuna here. Once you’re arrived at one of the humps, then you can start fishing. Try pulling a skirted lure, swimming plug, or a feather behind your boat to entice the tuna to bite. This might get you a 5-10 pound tuna.
You can also use live bait like pilchards, which are also known as sardines. Live bait should be fished down 100-200 feet. If you’re angling, you can throw pilchards behind your boat every five to ten minutes. The baitfish will swim around, and the tuna will splash around as they try and eat them. If you’re really serious about catching Blackfin tuna, then bring 100 to 500 pilchards.
You won’t regret spending the afternoon fishing for Blackfin tuna!
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