Fishing Chaters in Tenerife - The Crested Wave - Best Months For Fishing Page 1

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More Info The most frequent Atlantic Billfish species in the Canary islands, best area to beat records, specimens of more than 650kg have been caught. Often alone, caught using trolling fishing tackle and 'teasers' around 7 to 8 knots.
Type:Fish
Diet:Carnivore
Average life span in the wild:Up to 27 years (female)
Size:Up to 14 ft (4.3 m)
Weight:Up to 1,985 lbs (900 kg)
Boat record 456kilo = 1,003.2lb
  Blue Marlin  
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More Info Wandering species, often found in the canary islands. Weighs around 82kg. Swims in clear and deep waters with a surface temperature of around 22°C. Perfect season: Summer, occasionally spring and fall. Maximum length 280cm.
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  White Marlin  
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More Info The Canary islands are one of the few areas worldwide where this species can be found frequently, mainly in the spring and fall. Current Ladies World Record on line 80 pounds. Maximum length 250cm.
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  Spearfish  
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More Info Species which immigrates of the cold northern waters. From November to April to be found in large shoals. The tuna which achieves the best prices and which are caught by trolling artificial baits and 'Jig' fishing.
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  Albacore Tuna  
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More Info King of tuna, the biggest of this species. Specimen of more than 600kg have been caught. Can be found in large shoals, Wandering species. Best time for catching February - May and September - October. Maximum length 310 cm.
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  Bluefin Tuna  
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More Info Very frequent species in the waters around the Canary islands. The current world record was caught here. They wander in large shoals and show up in the Canary island's between February and May and also again between September and October. Maximum length 240 cm.
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  Big Eye Tuna  
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More Info Tropical tuna that prefers warm waters, Swims with 'Big eye' and Red Tuna in Canary island waters, unusual fact, can be found at only few places worldwide. The islands are the ideal area to tie records. The species, after the Albacore Tuna, achieves the highest market prices.Very fast, very powerfull. Maximum length 220 cm.
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  Yellowfin Tuna  
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More Info Wandering species which gets to the canary islands from the south. Can be caught all year round with the bigger specimens caught in the winter months. Builds large shoals which contribute to the largest tuna catch of the Canary islands: Often caught close to shore on an average of about half a mile out. Maximum length 100 cm.
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  Skipjack Tuna  
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More Info Very frequent species at the canary islands from spring to end of summer. Lives close to the surface and likes to dwell under floating debris. Very acrobatic fish that often leaps out of the water when hooked.Superb eating. Maximum length 200 cm.
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  Dolpin Fish  
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More Info Frequent winter fish in the Canary islands ,caught specimens weighing up to 63 kg. This wandering species loves outcrops of land and swims normally close to the surface in near the coast.Steel wire traces used due to it's razor sharp teeth. Maximum length 185 cm.
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  Wahoo  
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More Info Amberjack are a prized gamefish that is known for its strong powerful line busting capability.Amberjack are found from the coast to depths of water over 100 ft and most common in water of 300 ft. Most often caught with live bait or 'Jig' fishing.
avg. weight;30/60lb with some specimens reaching over 100lbs
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  Ambejack  
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More Info Barracuda species are prized light tackle fish, caught on conventional gear by casting or trolling. When fishing for barracuda, a short steel leader is needed due to their extremely sharp knife-edged teeth.
Avg.length 80cms.
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