Yellowfin tuna have yellow sides, blue backs, silver bellies and can weigh up to 450 pounds, whereas Pacific yellowtail have yellow stripes across their bodies, a yellow tail and w...
The yellowfin tuna was first described by Bonnaterre in 1788, when it was named Scomber albacares. The fish appeared under a variety of names before Ginsburg first used the combination Thunnus albacares in 1953. The genus...
The yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) is a species of tuna found in pelagic
waters of tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide. Yellowfin is often marketed
Learn about yellowfin tuna, as well as the threats this species faces, what WWF is
doing to protect its future, and how you can help.
Some thought they knew what they were doing, but in actuality caused more work and grief than those that did not know!
For years he has been telling me about catching yellowfin tuna
until you just can't move your arms. He is on the water with a charter about seventy ... More »
In Hawaii, “ahi” refers to two species, the yellowfin tuna and the bigeye tuna. It
has a slimmer profile than the bigeye tuna, with distinctive soft dorsal and anal
The yellowfin tuna was first described by Bonnaterre in 1788, when it was named
Scomber albacares. The fish appeared under a variety of names before ...
The yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) is a fish built for speed and endurance.
Its streamlined body is metallic dark blue on the back, blending into yellow or ...
The bigeye tuna (T. obesus) and the blackfin tuna (T. atlanticus) may have
pectoral fins similar in length to those of the yellowfin. The yellowfin can be ...
Oct 27, 2012 ... http://www.hookedonpanama.com/ On a recent trip to Panama. Robert Arrington
and the crew of Respect Outdoors, visited Hooked on Panama, ...