Lions and Tigers and Bears. Oh My!

Lions and Tigers and Bears. Oh My!

Here’s something you don’t see every day. A school of small jumper Tuna in 30 feet of water just off Salisbury beach. The pogies sure have brought a lot if interesting neighbors to us this year.

This video comes from AJ on September 15 outside the Merrimack mouth. Just after the fog/mist cleared. And the boat was catching stripers as the tuna played.

James Waldron
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8 Comments
  • EDWARD BONCZAR
    Posted at 12:23h, 21 September

    DID YOU CATCH ONE

  • Van Vanderbeck
    Posted at 15:52h, 21 September

    Very cool.

  • DaleH
    Posted at 17:01h, 21 September

    FYI – All recreational anglers should be aware that boaters need the $20 Federal “Atlantic HMS Angling” permit to even intentionally target & fish for them. Not having a tuna permit aboard the vessel and yet carrying gear & lures suitable for tuna, & chasing after them …. even ‘school toona’, is a Federal offense. Go to hmspermits.noaa.gov

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 18:56h, 21 September

    “Small jumper tuna” lol

  • Matthew Herzog
    Posted at 19:09h, 21 September

    They don’t look that small to me.

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 06:13h, 22 September

      Bluefin tuna reach spawning age when they are 8 years old and 300 to 350 pounds. Those look like two year old 60 pounders

  • Chris Pinzone
    Posted at 15:07h, 26 October

    Sure, I’m gone for a few years and the tuna move inshore Big Time!! DAMN!! I’ll let you know when I’m moving back so you’ll know to start going 20-30 miles out again! LOL

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