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Jul 29, 2015


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John W. Jolley, fisheries scientist

A historic once in a life time catch, and I hope the Hawaiian fishermen utilized it properly. Two thoughts to pass along: 1) Mercury content was probably high and 2)These "Big Mamas" represent biologically reproductive juggernauts that help sustain the population. Their importance to population dynamics should not be under estimated.

Stan Ecklund Jr.

So, given that it was harvested with an electric reel, why are we even celebrating this event? #RIPCecilTheMarlin


Was his name Cecil?

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