The dorado or Mahi Mahi or dolphinfish is a member of the Coryphaenide family. Found worldwide in tropical and warm temperate seas, the dolphinfish is pelagic, schooling, and migratory. Though occasionally caught from an ocean pier, it is basically a deep-water species, inhabiting the surface of the open ocean.
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When hooked dolphin may leap or tail walk, darting first in one direction, then another. It is believed that they can reach speeds up to 55 mph (83.5 kph) in short bursts.
Comment: Sheesh! That is a moose. I have caught Mahi in the 40s and maybe one in the low 50s, but that thing is huge. Great job guys.
Comment: Wow! And I thought the forty-pounder I caught a few months ago was big. Now I have fishing fever again dang it. Time to book another trip to Costa.
Comment: There is much monster-size fish caught around the world but unless it is an IGFA official weight it is not a world record.
In the video belᴏw, yᴏu cɑn see The World’s Biggest Dorado (Mahi Mahi) Ever Caught.
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