Thrill of Catching The Big One
If you haven’t had the thrill of landing a huge Mahi Mahi fish off the coast of Florida, then believe me when I say that you happen to be missing out on a wonderful fishing experience. The months of summer and spring bring forth plenty of Mahi Mahi, also commonly referred to as the Florida dolphin fish or Dorado, to the Florida Keys. It happens to be one of the many exotic fish that lives in the Keys. The color of the Dorado is a blaze of yellow and blue or a deep yellow and green when seen underwater. The male fish, with its square angled head, is known as the Bull dolphin while its female counterparts are largely known and referred to as ‘cows.’ Its dorsal fin usually extends from head to tail.
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