Fast Facts: Swordfish are a common catch for commercial fisheries around the world. The largest swordfish catches come from Pacific Ocean, and the demand is highest in North America and Europe. Hope This Helps!! Your Friend, HorseGirl8614 (Or The Swordfish Girl XD)
The swordfish is usually found at depths from 600 feet, in water from 65 to70F. It is frequently seen swimming at the surface while hunting schools of fish but has been known to swim at depths of 1000 feet. The North American swordfish is listed as endangered.
when fishing, swordfish and tuna are both obtained from using the harpooning spots. I'd say around 80 Fishing you will get swordfishes fast but tuna even faster. if you have any questions, email me at Tyjo719@aol.com
Whales do not actually swim fast. This is because of their heavy weight. They cannot carry a lot of weight around. Some whales can swim really fast although they have a lot of weight such as a blue whale.