Looking for THE MAN- Wahoo

The boys took out Tom Rowland, of Saltwater Experience, fishing for wahoo. Using red meat chunks, they chummed in these elusive pelagic fish and got some unbelievable underwater footage of wahoo eating the chunks. This was filmed in Key West during the full moon of October.

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Wahoo are related to mackerels and live in tropical and subtropical waters worldwide. Wahoo tend to travel solo, but are sometimes found in small nomadic schools of migrating fish. They are prized nomadic game fish due primarily to their speed, epic fighting action and of course, delicious dining quality. 

The IGFA world record wahoo was 184 pounds, but they are more commonly 40 to 50 pounds and live for around 5 to 6 years. Wahoo are known to reach speeds up to 60 mph and are considered among the fastest pelagic species. Because of their incredible speed, they are capable of capturing a wide range of prey, including various types of bait fishes and squid.  

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