Striped Marlin is the most prolific of the Marlin and they seasonally migrate through the natural corridor between Pemba Island and the mainland. The Striped Marlin is well known for its fighting ability and is renowned for its speed and acrobatic displays. It has a reputation for spending more time in the air than in the water just after it is hooked. In addition to long runs and tail walks, it will ‘greyhound’ across the surface, making a dozen or more long, graceful leaps. Compared to a Blue or a Black it is considerably more slender and is the most colourful of all Marlin.
Just before striking or when the Striped Marlin is annoyed, fourteen iridescent blue lines spark up Marlin’s body. It is one of those must-see moments – a Striped Marlin lighting up to strike one of your baits. Striped Marlin is most prolific from November to March, sometimes showing in packs of up to ten, which makes it a good chance of getting a personal best. The prime Marlin season runs from mid-November to end of March. In March it would seem that the fish are much larger than average.
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