The false albacore, also called little tunny or bonita, is a classic example of one person’s trash being another’s trophy. To big-game anglers in Florida, false albacore are considered bait. Other anglers, in Florida and farther north, wait all year on bated breath to chase them with fly rods on their home waters. These mini tuna are found in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea. They’re often called false albacore, due to their striking resemblance to the larger, Pacific albacore. The largest “false alibi” on record weighed in at 37 pounds. They can reach speeds of 40 miles-per-hour, which is why they are famous for blistering-fast runs. Notable U.S. destinations for these fish include the south coast of New England, from Montauk to Nantucket, as well as Harker’s Island in North Carolina.