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  1. 15.0 in. Black Drum with a sand flea

    1. Stan Glomb 0
      Brady. top fin is split in 2 for blck drum. sheepshead is one solid fin
    2. Brady Field 0
      what is the difference from a black drum and sheepshead?
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  2. 25.0 in. Red Drum with a cut bonita

    1. Brooklyn Pytlik 0
      Ahahaha! Awesome πŸΆπŸΎπŸ‘
    2. Stan Glomb 0
      Brooklyn. He licks every single one
    3. Brooklyn Pytlik 0
      Curious to know what the dog does when you catch a fish---
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  3. Cobia

    1. Christopher Pereira 0
      we were attracting them to follow with big flashabu jigs and then he was lobbing live eels at them.
    2. Robert ingle 0
      ell is the bait
    3. Christopher Pereira 0
      we went with a great guide, but we only saw about 9 fish and got like 3 follows one all the way to the boat but the only one that actually hit and hooked up was ...more when the guide threw a side arm rod with an eel as a fish was peeling off and it took it. my friend was able to land it but the other two of us never even hooked up
    4. Robert ingle 0
      I took my boat and saw 17 cobia and got 6 in boat
    5. Christopher Pereira 0
      nice! i did one trip for those last year and came up empty handed, going to try again this year.
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  4. also caught some mahi . Had another tuna but a shark made it his lunch !

    181 lb. Yellowfin Tuna with a live

    1. Noah Shapiro 0
  5. Red Drum with a shrimp

    1. Noah Shapiro 0
      Oh that makes more sense lol
    2. Darrell Basnight 0
      its not it was on the coast of outer Banks North Carolina
    3. Noah Shapiro 0
      ? Not sure that is in Barr lake
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  6. Details: Bluerunner

    They schooled off the pier biting anything

  7. Details: Atlantic Sharpnose Shark

    Landed off of the Avon pier on dead pinfish on of 10 caught in the week lost a lot sadly

  8. Details: Atlantic Stingray

    Big Ray I landed throwing out dead pinfish I caught prior. Landed him off Avon pier with his tail bit off.

  9. Details: Filefish

    Went off the Avon pier not sure exactly what it is but I'm guessing filefish or a reef triggerfish

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