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Home > Take Me Fishing Blog > May 2017 > 5 Tuna Fishing Season Facts You Need To Know
If you're an offshore angler who loves an adrenaline rush, you may be counting down the days until tuna fishing season is underway. Few saltwater species can provide the same type of challenge and thrill that these powerful pelagic fish can. Whether you want to catch bluefin tuna off the coast of New England or yellowfin tuna while on vacation in Hawaii, one thing is for certain; tuna fishing is not for the faint of heart.
Before you board a sportfishing boat for a bluefin tuna fishing trip or yellowfin tuna fishing trip, you need to know these five facts about tuna fishing season.
Before your first tuna fishing trip of the year, make sure you've finished your tuna season homework. Be aware of any regulations updates, buy your saltwater fishing license online, and don't forget to bring along heavy offshore tackle for fishing tuna.
Debbie Hanson is an award-winning outdoor writer, women’s sport fishing advocate, IGFA world record holder, and freshwater guide living in Southwest Florida. Hanson’s written work has appeared in publications such as Florida Game & Fish Magazine, BoatUS Magazine, and USA Today Hunt & Fish. To learn more about her work, visit shefishes2.com or follow her on Instagram @shefishes2.
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