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  1. caught him near where Blackbeard was beheaded and thrown overboard!

    2 lb. 10 oz. 19 in. Southern Flounder with a popping cork with gulp shrimp

  2. Details: Dogfish Shark

    Surf casting the side of a pier early in morning

  3. Details: Red (redfish) Drum


  4. 41 inches was caught on 07-10-15

    1. miguel moreno 0
      nice bull bro welcome to fishing crew!!!
  5. Details: Cobia (Ling)

    1. mdhansenjr 0
      If you look at bio pic it's the same fish on a scale
    2. mdhansenjr 0
      74 lbs.
    3. mdhansenjr 0
      Yep of the surf at Ocracoke Island. Took roughly an hour to get in.
    4. nowling 0
      Looks a little like a drum
    5. Dirk Diggler 0
      That's a badass pic man!
    6. SRFisher 0
      off the beach?
    7. Dylan02 0
      Monster ling how much did it weigh?
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  6. Details: Cobia (Ling)

    1. 8jaxon 0
      Following turtles
    2. 8jaxon 0
      Caught it on a red buck tail at harked island on Memorial Day weekend saw him
    3. jurssica 0
      Awesome fish! Welcome to Fishing Crew. Any info on your catch?
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  7. Details: Gulf Flounder with a Gulp jig

  8. Details: Atlantic Stingray with a fillet knife

    Here's the barbs from the stingrays I caught yesterday. The one next to the tape is from the ray in the pic with me @ 7". The next barb is 6", the ...more double barb is 4" and the little one at 1".

    1. S_M_L96 0
      I just did bleach @DaltonCraig
    2. dalton craig 0
      I read something about boiling it before bleaching it. do i need to boil it @S_M_L96
    3. S_M_L96 0
      @DaltonCraig 24hrs
    4. dalton craig 0
      how long do you soak the barbs? @S_M_L96
    5. OBX_Fishing 0
      @S_M_L96 I'll give it a try. I still have them. They've been laying in my shop since I took this picture.
    6. JL23MG 0
      @S_M_L95 I'm def gonna try it if I ever catch another 1. That was my 1st and looks like my last lol
    7. S_M_L96 0
      Soak them in bleach they turn white an will be steril @OBX_Fishing @DaltonCraig @JL23MG
    8. dalton craig 0
      Thanks for the Info
    9. OBX_Fishing 0
      @DaltonCraig it is safe to touch. Just don't stab yourself with it.
    10. dalton craig 0
      So if I cut the barb off is the barb safe to touch?
    11. OBX_Fishing 0
      @DaltonCraig I usually cut them off to make handling the stingray more safe. I don't normally keep them either, but it made for a pretty good picture.
    12. dalton craig 0
      Ive never kept the barb. I for sure will neXt time I catch one
    13. JL23MG 0
      @jeroadking71 wish I knew about keeping the barb when I got a cownose ray but oh well there's always next time ... I hope!!
    14. OBX_Fishing 0
      @JL23MG thanks, I always cut the barb off because they're safer to handle. This is the first time I've kept them. And it made for a cool pic.
    15. OBX_Fishing 0
      @texas_topwater here is the barbs from the rays I caught yesterday.
    16. JL23MG 0
      @9G3B @jeroadking71 that's awesome!! I'm def keeping the next barb.
    17. OBX_Fishing 0
      @9G3B I almost didn't post this. Thanks
    18. 9G3B 0
      @JL23MG bro here's a sweet example
    19. 9G3B 0
      That's so sick man!
    20. OBX_Fishing 0
      @9G3B here's the barbs
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