Mahi Mahi or Dolphin
Dorado aka Mahi Mahi or dolphin (fish) are found in all the world’s oceans except the Arctic. They are great ocean currents migratory journey, Mahi often gather floating debris such as floating logs, nets, algae and debris.
Mahi are colorful, fast, energetic fish that provide an acrobatic combat. They are very popular everywhere in the commercial world and leisure offerings flaky white meat, which is great, no matter how it is cooked.
They are one of the fast-growing fish and can reach up to 30 -40 pounds. in one year. The rapid growth and can live for about 5-7 years to reach a maximum of 80 pounds. The world record is 84 pounds, but several world records for the highest potential in swimming.
They are voracious feeders, eating whatever interests them and is in his throat, even smaller bream! I personally took the baby turtles and plastic combs in their stomachs.
But usually travel, especially small schools; sometimes thousands of them go to school until, traveling together. The largest are often in pairs or in small packets, often with a bull of man and women.
Dorado can be caught here all year round, the green season, from May to November is the best time to find a lot of them like, because there’s a lot of debris floating around during these months. We catch several large each year from 50 to over 70 pounds. It could very well be a record fish in the world here, waiting to be taken.
We take the same lures, bait Dorado, and the spread of trawl used for billfish. Sometimes downsizing if specifically targeting gold.