Pending World Record Dogtooth Tuna Landed From a Kayak in Guam
The open ocean can afford some incredible opportunities to wrangle a fish of a lifetime from a kayak, but it’s not every day that fish is a world record. For Raf Vargas, that day recently happened off the coast of Guam.
Picture this: You have a 170-pound dogtooth tuna tied to the end of your rod, it’s dragging you out to sea, the wind is picking up and you can’t take a single finger off of your rod to, as much as, take a drink of water. Lasting nearly two hours, you could say this was a fight that only the likes of Rocky Balboa could endure, but low and behold, Vargas was able to land this world-record fish. It’s safe to say, we’d put him in the ring against the best of ’em.
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