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Jun 05, 2012

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Shane

Thanks for posting! You'd be suprised to know that this happens on a regular basis around here in the Gulf of Chiriqui between the months of February and June. I have captured quite a few Yellowfin Tuna feeding frenys on video, including this one, and experienced many more with my clients here in Panama. Ever since the Panamanian government put regulations on the commercial fishermen a few years ago the numbers of Tuna have got better each year. Viva Panama!

Captain Shane Jarvis
Propiedad de Paradise Lodge
www.FishPanamaToday.com

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