These tuna do not consume as much fish in their diet as other tunas, and will eat the tiny larvae of stomatopods , true shrimp, and crabs, as well as small fish.

albacore, age at harvest issues, the jig-boat fleet, our gourmet recipes or this website can be directed to either Tana McHale at or AFRF at afrf@cox. More

albacore on a spinning rig last Sunday. I just wanted to know if anyone else does this and what kind of spinning reel/rod combo would you recommend. More

Does anyone know how Albacore Tataki is prepared and served from home * 2 years ago Report Abuse a cabingirl by a cabingirl Member since: January 08, 2007 More

The albacore, Thunnus alalunga, is a type of tuna in the family Scombridae. More

L7075, the second prototype of the Fairey Albacore in flight. The markings place it around 1940. More

Local Albacore Featured in August by Whole Foods in the Northwest, scheduled for Seattle and Portland the last two weekends of August: Press Releases All custom-canned troll-caught albacore on this page is caught on small family operated vessels that belong to the Western More

experimental pack of 700 cases of albacore led to the development of the U.S. tuna canning industry. The fishery expanded quickly in response to the almost instantaneous high demand for canned tuna, which quickly outpaced the supply of albacore. More

Albacore tuna (Thunnas alalunga) is one of the most sought after fish around the world, both commercially and recreationally, and are classified as a Highly Migratory Species (HMS). More

Albacore tuna can be caught off the Washington coast in summer and early fall. Even though albacore can be caught all summer, August and September tend to be the most popular months for anglers. More


The Canadian Albacore Association (CAA) is the national association of Canadian owners and sailors of Albacore dinghies, founded in 1961. More

Albacore can provide and Facilities Manage all your IT requirements, leaving you free to concentrate on business. More

International Albacore Association Countries Canada Cyprus Great Britain Scotland United States More

Whatever your priority, the Albacore is the right choice for you! With over 8,000 boats worldwide the Albacore is clearly one of the most popular dinghies available today. Loaded with features, the Albacore boasts quality workmanship and strong class association support. More

Deeper-swimming large albacore are found in waters of 55.9–59.4°F (13.3–15.2°C). BEHAVIOR Throughout their range, albacore migrate over great distances and appear to form separate groups at different stages of the life cycle. More

Where Found: The distribution of albacore is cosmopolitan in subtropical and temperate waters of all oceans. More

Albacore at sea (picture from Lagress and Mandelblatt (1999)) Class Albacore Build 1952 Length 62.2 m Width 8. More

The albacore is a small tuna found in temperate seas throughout the world. It is easily distinguished from other tuna by its pectoral fin. Albacore usually weigh between 40 to 80 pounds. The fish are also noted as rapid swimmers. More

USS Albacore holds a place in history as the first U.S. Navy-designed vessel with a true submarine hull form, in which surface characteristics were subordinated to underwater performance. She possessed no weapon systems; her sole function was to conduct experiments. More

Albacore tuna is found in most of the world’s oceans. Not all albacore fisheries use ocean-friendly methods. Look for albacore tuna certified as sustainable to the standard of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). More

Albacore (Thunnus alalunga) is one of the eight tuna species belonging to the Thunnus genus. It is the only tuna species that can be marketed as "white meat" in the United States. More

albacore population levels are high and overfishing is not occurring. The status of albacore in the North Pacific is currently considered unknown. More

The experimental unarmed, diesel-electric submarine USS Albacore is the feature exhibit at the Port of Portsmouth Maritime Museum on the shoreline of the Piscataqua River in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. More

Oregon Albacore Commission P.O. Box 983 Lincoln City, OR. More

albacore or al·ba·cores A large marine fish (Thunnus alalunga) of warm seas, having edible flesh that is a major source of canned tuna. - ra : al-, the + bakra, albacore; see bkr in Semitic roots. More

USS ALBACORE - "Forerunner of the Future" - AGSS 569 - Pioneering Research Vessel navigation links Welcome Aboard Read a brief history of Albacore and how it came to be part of a submarine museum. More

Albacore at InActShipFac Albacore was towed to the Inactive Ship Facility (InActShipFac) at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard. More

West Coast albacore is a fish repeatedly recognized by the FDA as nutritionally beneficial. WFOA is in the process now of seeking MSC certification for the U.S. troll and pole albacore fishery. For information click on:Marine Stewardship Council. More

Albacore are large marine fish in the tuna family. They prefer warm to temperate waters as a general rule, although they will range further in offshore waters. The fish are of high economic value to several nations, and are sold both fresh and canned around the world. More

Order : Perciformes
Family : Scombridae
Genus : Thunnus
Species : Thunnus atlanticus
Authority : Lesson, 1831