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Aug 08, 2012

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Hugo Costa

I guys,

Check mola mola (the ocean sunfish) page at
http://skaphandrus.com/en/marine_species/common_names/vernacular/ocean_sunfish,
a comprehensive catalogue of marine species to sea lovers.

Caitlyn Medworth

I have never seen such a fish. But I see that the situation really gets worse. Someone has to do something! ASAP!

Betty

wow, it looks like situation got worse.
i hope they are taking enough measures to fix this

A Facebook User

Saw lots of these guys swimming around as we fished on Monte Carlo off SoCal yesterday afternoon. I've never seen them swimming; only great big ones floating on surface.

Pete Thomas

Mike, there have been a few dorado caught off San Diego and OC. Maybe anglers ought to be looking under the larger molas for dorado.

Mike Hanson

They dont look like it, but I have seen Mola's jump out of the water 6 feet or more. I always take it as a good sign when we see these fish around kelp paddies. Yellowtail often hang out with them!

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