How big was the biggest marlin ever caught?

Chef's answer
A Pacific blue weighing 1,805 pounds (819 kg) caught in 1970 by a party of anglers fishing out of Oahu, Hawaii, aboard the charter boat Coreene C skippered by Capt. Cornelius Choy (this fish often referred to as 'Choy's Monster') still stands as the largest marlin caught on rod and reel.
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  • Provide proper support. Avoid removing fish from the support of the surrounding water any more than necessary. ...
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  • Use wet hands or gloves to handle fish.
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