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What’s the biggest tuna ever caught on Wicked tuna?

Asked: Dan Statik, Last Updated:

The biggest one ever captured, on record, was by Ken Fraser in Nova Scotia. The tuna he pulled in weighed a whopping 1,496 pounds.

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