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I've see people keeping fish like these to eat, never mind for bait.
- KING MACKEREL
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That was a cool article. I missed the sheepshead , I picked it as a cichlid.
Dreaming the dream that one day I can be as good as some of the boatless pros and catch some 12 inch mangrove snapper.
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the lil jew is so cute its crazy
missed the grover thoughtit was a grunt
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YOU CAN CALL ME CAPTAIN
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Hmpf...I thought the trout was a tarpon, I was 5/6 not to bad.
There is a fine line between Love & Hate.Hate is pushing them off a ledge. Loving them means you don't taunt them after you've pushed them off.
- KING MACKEREL
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yea i was thrown off by the little grover too.. it just pisses me off to see people use anything and everything as bait... iv'e caught many little unidentified fish on my sabiki.. and if i was'nt sure toss em back!!
baby bonefish.. only bonefish i ever caught was this big ..sooo cute lol
- Old Salt
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I was netting pilchards off the beach last summer and I threw on a school of baby permit/pompano that were hanging out below them. I gilled about 30 of the poor guys, cleaned them out of my net and got the hell out of there
- BLACK FIN TUNA
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