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    What's The Biggest Fish Or Oddest Thing You Have Caught In A Cast Net?

    Like the title says, let's here it......

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    5 foot gator blind casting for finger mullet 18 th street bridge boca raton

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    Quote Originally Posted by bocapup1 View Post
    5 foot gator blind casting for finger mullet 18 th street bridge boca raton
    Oh God. That is not good. Lol

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    4-500 lbs of redfish on a cold morning in Citrus county..
    I am glad to only be a bird hunter with bird dogs...being a shooter or dog handler or whatever other niche exists to separate appears to generate far too much about which to worry.

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    Manatee in 20ft of water while shrimping.

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    3 35" snook casting for greenbacks in bradenton.

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    Nearly new Boca 80 on a Shimano Tallus rod. (I knew approximately where it was at since it was 'lost' overboard during a tarpon battle).
    Tarpon... everything else is just bait.
    2016 Tarpon Count: 61/209
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    About 500lbs of black drum at the big bridge on the Courney Campbell Causeway in Tampa. It didn't end well for the net.

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    Not really odd or big, but stingrays are a PITA.

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    green moray eel, about 4 ft. long. wadded my net up, and did not like me trying to free him at all! patched on that cast net for a good two hours.

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