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Old 08-03-2007, 09:40 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Isaac-Saxxon
Here is the Bull nice and blue. If you catch one they run in pairs so you will hook up on the other one and have a boat load of fish.
I didn't know that. The only off shore fish I ever caught was a Bonito. Years later I saw on Iron Chef where the Japanese make a fish stock out of freeze dried Bonito flakes so I bought some. They taste great! Much better than Wylers chicken or beef boullion cubes. I have no idea if the Bonito I caught in Cozumel is the same as what the Japanese use.

My friends caught a Mahi Mahi that day and we ate it at a local restaurant and I told that story already. I remember it being brilliant yellow and blue, and not quite as yellow as your picture. Is the color also seasonal? I do remember that the color fades quickly once they are out of the water. When they jump in the air, they are gorgeous! (if you think fish can be gorgeous..LOL)
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