Off of Florida they’re called dolphinfish. Off of Mexico they’re known as dorado. When it’s caught off Hawaii, they’re mahi-mahi.
Off of Oregon? It’s known as, well, weird.
John Boyer of Salem was at the helm of the Myrtle Bee on Thursday about 45 miles out of Depoe Bay, slow trolling for albacore tuna en route to his home berth in Newport after fishing the Oregon Tuna Classic tournament Friday and Saturday out of Garibaldi, The Statesman Journal reported in Monday’s newspaper.
Something slapped the blue Eat Me Lures cedar plug on the rod of Boyer’s daughter, Cindy.