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How do you humanely kill tuna?

Asked: Trav_Bassman, Last Updated:

As with a lot of fish, using an 'iki jimi' (spike to the brain) is the quickest, most humane and effective method to kill your tuna. I realise a lot of fishermen simply give the tuna a good clout on the top of the head with a fish bat, and that too is effective for obvious reasons.

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