first marlin on fly….


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all images courtesy of Youtube and IGFA

 

Watch this cool vintage footage of great big game angler, Doc Robinson and his wife Helen, also a great angler, (Mrs. Robinson set women’s world records, among them the 1961 capture of a 796-pound black marlin and a 584-pound black marlin in 1962, both at Pinas Bay, Panama) hooking what is believed to be the first striped marlin on fly in Baja. courtesy of the IGFA archives and YouTube. Click Here!

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4 thoughts on “first marlin on fly….

  1. Carl Crawford

    Simply incredible! It takes imagination to put a strategy in place to pull this off!

  2. Rick Reda

    Brought back great memories catching Marlin in Cabo. Unfortunately, not on the fly but trolling feathers. Still a kick however! Great memorabilia!

  3. bonefish27@aol.com

    pretty epic footage and some real wild marlin. Amazing they could stay on #12 pound test. Almost as tough as a big calico.

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