Thesaurus / tuna
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Huge fishes like the tarpon, jewfish or tuna are sooner brought to gaff by "pumping," as it is called.
FAVORITE FISH AND FISHINGJAMES ALEXANDER HENSHALL
What with kite and drag and friction of line in the water, that tuna had great strain upon him.
There lives no fisherman but what there lives a tuna that can take the conceit and the fight out of him.
The valley is connected to the north with the Tuna plateau, and is almost as fertile in its lower stretches as Chumbi.
The boatman whose attention we had attracted had now come up and was approaching the schools of tuna some distance below us.
Come to think of it, considering the years of the Tuna Club fame, not so very many anglers have captured a blue-button tuna.
A more miserable place to winter in than Tuna cannot be imagined.
Colonel Younghusband had not been at Tuna many days before it became clear that there could be no hope of a peaceful solution.
For centuries the flesh of the tuna has been highly esteemed by the Latin races.
MOTOR MATT'S RACESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
But the good work of the Tuna Club has not been confined to the boundaries of its own section.

WORDS RELATED TO TUNA

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