MahiMahi NB

Scientific Name

Coryphaena hippurus


Tropical Ocean

Real Life Location

Tropical and temperate waters worldwide

Tackle Size


Largest Size

5.92 ft

Base Fish Points


The mahi-mahi, also known in the real life as the common dolphinfish and the dorado (unrelated to the Golden Dorado), is a extremely common fish caught through Trolling, second only to Sailfish . The male has a big hump on its head, making it easy to recognize other than the female. A common bait in catching Mahi Mahi in real life is trolling ballyhoo behind a boat. This fish is one of only two different fish in the Coryphaenidae family, the other being the pompano dolphinfish. This fish can grow to about 6 feet in real life, but 4 foot fish are considered big. are found in all oceans actually.

Baits & LuresEdit

  • Trolling: White Lure