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I guess I'll add to the Last Red Snapper Day, too!

staugpinoystaugpinoy Senior Memberst. augPosts: 178 Deckhand
Went out of St. Aug inlet with a bunch of other boats.  Hooked a nice red snapper about 15 miles offshore.  Hooked something big that broke a pole.  Another monster (not on video) almost spooled me and broke, then 5 min later a 10' Tiger Shark appears.  We did manage a nice king on the way in.  Thanks to Insurance Wagon for taking me along.  Call them for a free quote: (844) 84-WAGON.  Ok here's the vid, hope you enjoy:


  • Sea-SquatchSea-Squatch Senior Member Neptune BeachPosts: 2,109 Captain
    Looked like fun!
  • DoradoDreaminDoradoDreamin Senior Member Northeast FLPosts: 2,105 Captain
    Nice job.  I think there are a lot of sharks offshore right now.  We were out deep last weekend and we also hooked up with a 9 to 10 foot shark.  Fought it for 20 minutes or so before we got a look at it and cut the line (to get back to snapper fishing LOL).  It looked like a tiger but not 100% sure.  Either way no one was jumping in for a cool down swim at that spot.  
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