One of the "super sport" fish in our Oceans, the Atlantic Blue Marlin is one of THE most sought after targets for big game anglers.

The Atlantic blue marlin is a species of marlin endemic to the Atlantic Ocean. It is closely related to, and usually considered conspecific with, the Indo-Pacific blue marlin, then simply called blue marlin.
Scientific Name : Makaira nigricans
Higher Classification : Makaira
Did you know? The largest blue marlin caught by IGFA angling rules is from Vitoria, Brazil, which weighed 1,402 lb (636 kg).
White Striker have caught and released a good number of fish over 1000lbs in weight, so the potential for an angler to catch his first "Grander" is always there!! 


White marlin, also known as Atlantic white marlin, marlin, skilligalee, is a species of billfish that lives in the epipelagic zone of the tropical and subtropical Atlantic Ocean.
Scientific Name: Kajikia albidus
Higher Classification: Tetrapturus
The albacore, known also as the longfin tuna, is a species of tuna of the order Perciformes. It is found in temperate and tropical waters across the globe in the epipelagic and mesopelagic zones.
Scientific Name : Thunnus alalunga
Family : Scombridae
Higher Classification : True Tunas
Did You Know? Albacore are bullet-shaped with a dark blue back and lighter blue-gray sides and belly.