NY Woman Reels In First Ever Recorded Albino Marlin
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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A New York woman reeled in what is being called the first ever recorded albino blue marlin off the coast of Costa Rica.
The 300-pound albino blue marlin was caught March 11th onboard a charter fishing trip run by Maverick Yachts and Maverick Sportfishing Tours out of Los Suenos Resort and Marina.
The company provided these photos from Karen and Bob Weaver of the experience.
The Weavers were fishing on the 42′ Maverick “Spanish Fly” being captained by Juan Carlos Fallas when the catch happened.
The company says it took two-hours and 45-minutes for Karen to land the rare fish.
The company says both the International Game Fish Association, and The Bass Federation say it is the first ever recorded albino marlin in history.
Maverick Yachts of Costa Rica, Maverick Sportfishing Tours and Grey Taxidermy presented a complementary mount to Weaver to preserve the day for her and her family.
The mount will be so named the “Karen Weaver-Maverick Albino Blue Marlin”.
The company wants to congratulate Karen and Bob Weaver, Captain “Juanca” Fallas at the helm, 1st Mate Carlos “Pollo” Espinosa, and to 2nd Mate “Chela” Salinas.
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