The Pacific Sailfish meat is fairly hard and not widely eaten, but they are prized as game fish. When hooked, these commanding, aerodynamic creatures will fight vigorously, leaping and diving repeatedly, and sometimes taking hours to land. Sailfish are fairly copious throughout their range, and their population is considered stable. The Pacific Sailfish are currently under no special status or protections. Along with the Atlantic Sailfish they are the fastest fish in the ocean and have been clocked leaping out of the water at more than 68 mi (110 km) per hour. The Indo-Pacific Sailfish normally weighs 120 to 220 lbs (54.4 to 100 kg) and grows to about 5.7 to 11 ft (1.7 to 3.4 m). In the wild, their average lifespan is about 4 years.
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