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Months After A Local Man Caught A Blue Marlin Fish, Man Catches Another Big Fish In Gambia

Months After A Local Man Caught A Blue Marlin Fish, Man Catches Another Big Fish In Gambia

There are indeed some expensive fish out there. Why is that? After all, they just get yanked out of rivers and that, don’t they? Bodies of water don’t charge variable rates for fish, surely? Well, sort of, actually.                           

A bluefin tuna has been sold for three quarters of a million dollars in Tokyo - a price almost double last year's record sale.

The bluefin tuna, prized for making the finest sushi, fetched 56.49m yen ($736,000, £472,125) at Tsukiji fish market's first auction of the year.

The winning bidder was Kiyoshi Kimura, owner of a sushi restaurant chain.

Japan is the world's biggest consumer of seafood, eating about 80% of the Atlantic and Pacific bluefins caught.

However, restrictions on catches have been tightened in recent years because of concerns about overfishing.

Some months ago a local man caught a big fish in River state, a blue Marlin Fish, well, he knew the importance of his life had changed completely. "Chance comes, just once, if it's your only one without hesitation and not dull." It's a popular saying. Although we don't know what it should be called, the man's goodness denied him 2,6 million dollars, I think he would have covert and sold precious fish if he knew what would make a difference.

Then people blasted him after it was said, he and his villagers ate fish before news came.

Out of it came another such thing, but nobody knew. Ghanians responded to the news that this man was supposed to make sure that he only knew how normal to eat.

I therefore assume that this young man has brought the blessing to Gambia on Palma Rima Beach not to make the same mistake, because in Gambia there was a new fish.

According to news, a man has caught a great fish. However, we can't exactly tell what it's like.

Two Ghanians responded to him by warning him not to err in eating it.

What your thoughts on this, do you know the price of this fish, or how much it can be sold?

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