Snakeheads and Largies in west Broward

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    Snakeheads and Largies in west Broward

    This last week was extra busy. Shooting with NBC Sports Charlie Moore "No Offense" and Adam Rizzi from Reel Deel Adventures. Then I had charters from the great state of Georgia for some snakehead and peacock adventures. Here is the video from our snakehead trip. There were a few largies in the mood to play as well.


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    Sweet deal Shane

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    Great job as always Capt!

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    Great vid Shane, cool to see Corey make a cameo. Those rubber nets are awesome, especially with lures.

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    Good bite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanAnglerMiami View Post
    Great vid Shane, cool to see Corey make a cameo. Those rubber nets are awesome, especially with lures.

    Hai, the fella I bought the boat from left the net in it. There was BONUS stuff in every compartment.

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    Nice work!

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    I work with IGFA and just checked the new 2013 record book and saw his name under the all tackle, great snakehead area, I am a little confused though, I thought bullseye snakehead were the only ones in SoFl, I guess Im wrong, which are more common in our canal system? great or bullseye and what is the difference, which kind were catching in the video? thanks
    There's no such thing as too much bait!

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    I was catching the Bullseye. The great is much bigger and can take the cold, along with the obvious color differances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Shane Procell View Post
    Hai, the fella I bought the boat from left the net in it. There was BONUS stuff in every compartment.
    SA-WEET!!! Can't beat that!

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