The 'rigger lures account for most of the white marlin and sailfish hits, but again I've caught blues on every lure in the spread.
What does WHM stand for?
WHM stands for White Marlin (FAO fish species code)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Dominican Republic boasts a strong white marlin fishery from March through July along the western edge of the Mona Passage, conveniently located along Cap Cana.
Popular fish dishes include Black scabbard fish, Blue Fin Tuna, White Marlin, Blue Marlin, Albacore, Big Eye Tuna, Wahoo and Spearfish.
He caught a Pacific blue marlin in Mauritius in 1999, a white marlin in the Azores in September 2001, a striped marlin in 2000 in Kenya, a black marlin in Mozambique in 2003, a swordfish in 2000 in Kenya, a shortbill spearfish in Mauritius in 1996 and a longbill spearfish in 1997 in Madeira.
the number of areas visited Overall, white marlin visited more areas than either blue marlin or sailfish.
There's the club's own fishing boat for anglers who want to try for what's known locally as a Grand Slam: a blue marlin, a white marlin and a sailfish in a single day, not to mention tuna and wahoo (which the Clubhouse staff will cook for your dinner).
Are not the white marlin, the striped marlin, and the black marlin all sexual and age variations of the same fish?
OWC Campaign Manager David Wilmot says, "Some populations of bluefin tuna have plummeted nearly 90 percent since the 1970s, and blue and white marlin have declined 60 to 80 percent.