In fact, in two short days recently, my three fishing buddies caught and released three black marlin up to 350 pounds and two big Pacific sailfish.
What does BLM stand for?
BLM stands for Black Marlin
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We paid $105m in paper for Black Marlin and since then valuations in East Africa have progressively increased.
In East Africa, Afren's acquisition of Black Marlin opens up Madagascar, the Seychelles, Kenya and Ethiopia to further exploration, while Tullow Oil, producers in Ghana, are close to significant production in Uganda and further opportunities in Tanzania.
Thornton achieved a 'grand slam' which was a sailfish of 150 lb, a black marlin of 190 lb and a striped marlin of 130 lb.
We took out a sports boat off the northern coast, and there's nothing more exhilarating than hauling in a black marlin or majestic sailfish - to be tagged and returned to the ocean, of course.
One of today's largest billfish is the black marlin, notes Glenda Kelley, a biologist with the International Game Fish Association in Dania Beach, Fla.
Are not the white marlin, the striped marlin, and the black marlin all sexual and age variations of the same fish?
And the current world best for a black marlin is 1,560lbs caught off Peru in 1953.