Freshwater snook- fat and common
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    Freshwater snook- fat and common

    November 2015 pics from i phone 170 (2).jpg that's my biggest large scale fat snook. what you got?

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    Does a Everglades snook countIMG_1458.jpg
    It only takes one bite to turn a bad day into a great one.

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    Awesome snook! Wouldn't mind catching one of those.
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    It only takes one bite to turn a bad day into a great one.

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    We get a few up here in the rivers. Some over 40". Odd , they used to be scarce around here.

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    They definitely seem to be in abundance up this way in the rivers and springs the past few years... maybe the lack of a hard freeze for any period of time...


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    maybe the lack of a hard freeze for any period of time...
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