Showing all observations that have a likely ID using the The South African National Biodiversity Institute's southern African Species Dictionary
Lat/Lng: -30.8089312, 30.4125528
Fish caught by people on a small boat, landed at Shelly Beach. Not sure if the two fish are the same species or not...
Lat/Lng: -34.807, 20.074
Lat/Lng: -34.256, 18.4824
Lat/Lng: -24.1078, 35.50146
Lat/Lng: -34.71, 18.22
Lat/Lng: -34.71, 18.2
Lat/Lng: -22.8087, 35.5402
About 70 cm long
Lat/Lng: -34.458, 18.39
Young wahoo caught off Cape Point.
Not common, but are seen and caught when water temps rise.
Specimen donated to UCT
Lat/Lng: -34.54, 18.3
Lat/Lng: 4.12, -2.66
Marine pelagic, depth over 600 meters.
Weight ca. 40 kgs.
Lat/Lng: -32.712, 18.051
Lat/Lng: 4.698, -2.367
Body is elongated and covered with almost invisible scales; back is a dark iridescent blue, sides are silvery, with a pattern of irregular vertical blue bars; razor sharp teeth.
Lat/Lng: -34.378, 18.523
Big catch of tuna off Cape Point from the 1950s
Lat/Lng: -34.3406, 18.4736
Tuna caught in 1950s from the shore
Lat/Lng: -34.3409, 18.4748
caught at Rooikrans in 1950s
Lat/Lng: -34.381, 18.539
Yellowfin tuna caught from boat circa 1950
Lat/Lng: -34.3411, 18.4738
Yellowfin tuna caught from shore
Lat/Lng: -34.7, 18.2
Lat/Lng: -34.4, 18.05
Lat/Lng: -21.69, 35.37
Lat/Lng: -34.617, 18
Swims in large shoals.
Attached are 2 photographs, one is of the fish directly underneath the boat and the other is the shoal around the boat.The distances are in fathoms.
Fish are marked as red with green outline.
Lat/Lng: -34.5, 18