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Wahoo ()
Wahoo
State Record:
139.25 pounds, West Delta, 1976
Appearance

Wahoo are steel-blue in color along the top, and a paler blue-silver along the sides and underbelly. They have about 25-30 irregular blackish-blue vertical stripes on the sides. Their body is elongated and streamlined, and can grow to be over seven feet in length.

Habitat

Wahoo can be found in blue water, around lumps, weed lines, or drop-offs.

State Record

139.25 pounds, West Delta Block 153, 1976.

Fishing Tips

You have to travel at least 15 miles from shore to catch quality wahoo. Troll lures near oil platforms and weed lines.

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