Tuna So Thick That They Interfere, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-13


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TUNA SO THICK THAT THEY INTERFERE PASADENA. Cal.. January 12. C. L. Raudal of this city went fishing at Santa Catalina Island a sluirt time ago. He reports that he had three strikes from tuna and the first two fish were lost because the fis.h were so numerous that "my line- was caught. :is the school passed under it. Never have 1 Veen tuna so plentiful" In all my life! They Were about halfway between Catalina and Clemente Island, feeding hungrily and swimming alMiut in big circles." From the same school of fish It. O, . Nemeyor of Pasadena brought to gaff a tuna weighing IOjYj pounds after a hard struggle lasting one hour and twenty-five minutes.

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