Azores – 10th Grander of the Year

Azores – Capt. Filipe Goulart on the Habitat weighed an impressive 1,188 lb Blue Marlin. The fish unfortunately died after a three and a half hour battle on 80 lbs test. Fish was just 2 lbs short of the World Record on 80 lbs test. Fish was caught on a Black Bart 1656 Angle.

Short:147 inches
Girth :74 inches
Tail :21 inches

Habitat's 1,188 lbs Blue Marlin.

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Hook Harmeling is the Co-Founder of Billfishreport.com and Granderwatch.com, the only daily international fishing report on all billfish species. Hook travels the world in search of the best fishing areas and is recognized as a billfish expert. Follow him on Facebook under "Marlin Billfish", Twitter @billfishreport or email hook@billfishreport.com

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  1. Hi there,

    I know this is not the right place for this comment, but don’t know how to contact you… I’ve been trying to set up a RSS feed for Granderwatch…

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    ERR_MISSING_PUBLICATION_DATE

    Cause

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  2. Wow! These fish are crazy huge! Unbelivable really.

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