Angler's 738-pound Pacific bluefin tuna may be biggest ever caught
A 738-pound Pacific bluefin tuna described by angler Nathan Adams as a "fish of a lifetime" may also be the largest Pacific bluefin ever landed on rod and reel.
The catch was made aboard an 18-foot boat during a recent competition off Houhora in New Zealand. If it's approved by the International Game Fish Assn., it will set an all-tackle world record, replacing a 716-pound 8-ounce Pacific bluefin landed off Westport, New Zealand, in 2007.
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