Published Dec 3. 2020 - 1 year ago

Fly fishing for bluefin tuna

Fishing for big tuna or false albacore is different if done by spinning compared to fly fishing: with fly line you have to get close to 20-25 meters to the feed to allow the streamer to fall into the frenzy. We will clearly hear the sound of the water exploding due to the attacks of the bluefin tuna, alletterati, tombarelli, bonito, we will see the forage fish including sardines, anchovies, mackerel splash out of the water to escape from predators; we will hear the seagulls screeching in search of a meal "to steal" from the fish. You will see all this in this video: PURE ADRENALINE!
At the end of the video you will be able to see which equipment is best suited to fishing for big bluefin tuna.

Martin Joergensen

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