Fishing Signs at Sea

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The scallop-boat fleet attracts large schools of bluefin tuna.Gary Caputi
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Obvious Signs

Turtles often swim over prime fish habitatGary Caputi
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Obvious Signs

Diving birds usually indicate feeding fish.Gary Caputi
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Obvious Signs

Bait marked on a depth sounderGary Caputi
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Obvious Signs

Weed lines offer structure for baitfish in the open oceanGary Caputi
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Obvious Signs

Porpoise schools can be a telltale signpostGary Caputi
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Obvious Signs

Commercial boats may have culled their catch recentlyGary Caputi
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Weed lines and other floating debris are often a sure sign of dolphin.Gary Caputi
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Tuna often mingle with schools of porpoises, so if you spot such a school, take some time to work the area thoroughly to see if the fish are there.Gary Caputi