” With all the 400-plus-pound yellowfin tuna in the news these days, a mere 114 ½-pounder doesn’t rank as spectacular in size. But of course everything is relative.
If you’ve paddled out to deep blue depths in a 13 ½-foot piece of plastic, and from that platform hooked and — for more than three hours — fought that 114 ½-pounder, with a big tiger shark hot on its caudal fin, that makes the catch seem a bit more spectacular. “
- La Mesan Petruescu’s 445-pound yellowfin makes history (utsandiego.com)
- Novice angler’s giant yellowfin tuna (445 pounds) is largest ever caught (grindtv.com)
- 427-pound tuna caught near Mexico (toledoblade.com)
- Petruescu’s estimated 459-pound tuna biggest of all-time? (utsandiego.com)
- VIDEO: Largest yellowfin tuna ever caught at 445-pounds (philfriedmanoutdoors.typepad.com)