Angler Mike Livingston brought a 405.2-pound yellowfin tuna to the dock Monday in San Diego that could qualify as a new world record. The existing record-holder is a 388-pounder caught in Mexico in 1977. The fish was caught west of Magdalena Bay aboard the long-range charter Vagabond on November 30 and cheers went up as it was weighed on Point Loma Sportfishing's certified scales almost a week later. Livingston was fishing with Capt. Mike Lackey.
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