Marlins are the largest of the billfish and travel at vast speeds of up to 60 miles an hour with migration patterns that span 9,000 miles. They are spectacular creatures that are a daunting challenge to catch. These legendary creatures of the sea are one of anglers most celebrated catches. The blue marlin is probably the most prized catch of all the marlin due to its size and the challenge it gives even the most experienced sport fishermen. But it has been over 20 years since the a world record has been broken for these billfish.
World Records For Marlin
Black Marlin 1560 lb August 4th, 1953
Pacific Blue 1376 lb May 31st, 1982
Atlantic Blue 1402 lb February 29, 1992
Striped Marlin 494 lb January 16th, 1986
Do Marlins still exist in our oceans that can break these all time records? Continue Reading