trevally, giant
(Caranx sexfasciatus)

(Forsskal, 1775); CARANGIDAE FAMILY; also called turrum or ulua, previously known by the misnomers “lowly” or “lesser” trevally Inhabits coral and rock reefs in warm coastal waters of the Indian and central Pacific Oceans, eastward to the Hawaiian and Marquesas Islands. Common in the waters off Kenya and other parts of Africa as well as off Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Hawaii. This is the most common of the trevallys found in Hawaii's and Kenya's waters. The giant trevally, which grows to over 130 lb (62 kg), is the largest of the eight Caranx species which occur...Read More

Line ClassWeightLocationCatch DateAnglerRecord DetailsHistory Details
All-Tackle72.8 kg (160 lb 7 oz)Tokara, Kagoshima, Japan22-May-2006Keiki HamasakiRecord DetailsHistory Details