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6/23/2016 6:12:03 PM

Only shark landed of the trip. We had plenty of runs and missed hook ups on much larger fish but that's another story. Kayaked the mullet out 150yds and only had to wait 5 minutes before my rod and reel were launched out of the Rod holder and into the sand. My Beastmaster 50/80 made quick work of the shark and it was safely unhooked, photographed, and released.

Catch Details

Blacktip Shark
Saint Lucie Inlet

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    1. Chris Skinner 0
      Dang! That sucks!
    2. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      @Cowboy713 yeah. That's how it goes with he little ones. We were in Florida for a week and had a few fish we laid into that didn't give an inch. Unfortunately ...more we didn't get solid hookset a!
    3. Chris Skinner 0
    4. Chris Skinner 0
      Went to check baits. Fresh dead on the hook. Couldn't pull the weight out of the sand. Luckily was fresh enough to salvage the whole fish. Took him home and ...more steamed him out
    5. Chris Skinner 0
      Haha sounds about right! Would be fun on my 6/0 though, my buddy runs an Avet 80W on a Blue yonder rod, was running long drops for big tigers, had a 5' BT hook ...more up and never knew he was there till he w
    6. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      @Cowboy713 had the reel in high gear and didn't know he was there until about 30ft off the beach! Basically like reeling a largemouth in
    7. Jimmy_Lynch 0
      @seaturtles yeah he was a good one!
    8. Chris Skinner 0
      Great BT! Bet that beastmaster didn't even feel it though haha
    9. Swamp Mafia 0
      Great chark
    10. Sean Wilms 0
      Beast of a blacktip!
    11. Jacob Breaux 0
      Charks love them some fresh mowlet
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