Species Name:Acanthocybium solandri
Yellow – Good Alternative (Longline; US & West Central Pacific Ocean)
Caught individually by long liners, Wahoo spend their time in the open ocean. Although they are a bit unpredictable, they can be found near natural flotsam or man-made fish aggregation devices.
When:Available year-round (peak landings May - October)
Where – West Pacific Ocean
How – Wild caught, bycatch and longline
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Did you know that “Ono” in the Hawaiian language means “delicious”?
Make sure your guests try this wonderful fish! Need more trivia? Some believe that the name “Wahoo” comes from the fact that this fish was commonly caught by the first European explorers on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, which was also commonly spelled “wahoo” on old maps…