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YF Tuna - Maldives - size?

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island_sands

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hey there
went down the fish market today, and saw some guys that had brought in some yellow fin tuna.

see the attached... is that the right size for tuna? are they catching them too small?
 

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DeepThought

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Too small? Sara, you've been looking too much at Miles's... photos. :D

Kidding, I have no clue.
 
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