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  • noun Plural form of yellowfin.

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Examples

  • At that angle, I got a good look at the detailed tattoo of a mako chasing yellowfins on his forearm.

    Fly Fishing for Mako Sharks

  • The yellowfin specimens have fewer scales along the body: 159 to 185 (mean 175) in the yellowfins versus 170 to 202 (mean 189) in the greenback specimens.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The yellowfin specimens have fewer scales along the body: 159 to 185 (mean 175) in the yellowfins versus 170 to 202 (mean 189) in the greenback specimens.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The yellowfin specimens have fewer scales along the body: 159 to 185 (mean 175) in the yellowfins versus 170 to 202 (mean 189) in the greenback specimens.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • The yellowfin specimens have fewer scales along the body: 159 to 185 (mean 175) in the yellowfins versus 170 to 202 (mean 189) in the greenback specimens.

    Trout and Salmon of North America

  • Their catch included 442 blackfin tuna, seven yellowfins to 80 pounds, five amberjacks, 106 vermilion snapper, 146 Dorado to 50 pounds, four strawberry grouper, two pompano and four porgies.

    The Daily News - News

  • Their catch included 147 blackfin tuna to 25 pounds, three yellowfins to 35 pounds, 56 kings,

    The Daily News - News

  • Their catch included 147 blackfin tuna to 25 pounds, three yellowfins to 35 pounds, 56 kings,

    The Daily News - News

  • Their catch included 442 blackfin tuna, seven yellowfins to 80 pounds, five amberjacks, 106 vermilion snapper, 146 Dorado to 50 pounds, four strawberry grouper, two pompano and four porgies.

    The Daily News - News

  • Their catch included 147 blackfin tuna to 25 pounds, three yellowfins to 35 pounds, 56 kings,

    The Daily News - News

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