1. Poor thing got gut hooked and bled out. Had to tag and keep this one.

    28 lb. 2 oz. 42.0 in. Red Drum with a Cut Mullet

    1. Nice πŸ‘
    2. carl schulze 0
      good eating, put it on the grill skin side down
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  2. First Shark species ever. Super cool and unexpected. As you can see the hook was not meant for him but he was a hungry little feller. Released back safely as always!

    16.0 in. Bonnethead Shark with a Dead Shad

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice 😊
  3. 134 lb. 70.0 in. Alligator Gar with a Tilapia or Beef heart

    1. Mike May 0
      Some giants down there. Hope she’s not rolling over and talking in her sleep
    2. George Horvath 0
      Outstanding
    3. Robert Coleman 0
      WOW!!!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
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  4. It was either cut Tilapia, or Beef Hearts used for bait. was a great fight, took me a good 2 to 3 hundred yards down the bank to wear it down.

    134 lb. 70.0 in. Alligator Gar with a Cut Tilapia

    1. George Horvath 0
      Wow 🀩
    2. Nathan Morgan 0
      Thank you! was a great catch. I had to show it's smile! Sacrificed a rod and reel to another bigger one while fighting that one. Reel snagged on freespool and ...more tore the rod out of the holder by the time I got back it was long gone.
    3. Robert Coleman 0
      Daaaaayum! Great pose !!!!!!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
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  5. Sure made me think it was something massive

    Softshell Turtle with a bluegill

    1. Nathan Morgan 0
      Caught the same damn one again last night
    2. Nathan Morgan 0
      True story! haha
    3. Scott S 0
      It was massive, just probably not what you wanted
    4. George Horvath 0
      Wow
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  6. first gator gar of the season for me. little guy, but still fun

    Alligator Gar with a Tilapia

    1. Nathan Morgan 0
      Gar behavior I've seen when taking bait is to typically snag it from the side after slowly coming up on it depending on their activity and time of year it's ...more a patience game, but I wouldn't go more than 1.5 to 2 inch cuts of bait because they will chomp at it a bit and take longer to fully get into their mouth. In my personal experience the first bite and drag/run is just getting it to a safe spot to eat it. So there's a typical hit and hard run, then pause to chew, followed by another run. at that point I'll decrease drag then set hard and keep steady reel till they come in. This is Gator gar though.. depending on the size you know are there you can weed out the smaller ones with larger baits, but the big ones will spool you if it's too big to take fully into their mouth.
    2. Caleb Lewis 0
      i feel you i hate when the fish swallow it and u gotta getit out its a pain but ive been chasing these for a while though
    3. Nathan Morgan 0
      @Caleb, man I typically used to use trebles, but didn't want to damage the Gar, so I switched to smaller hooks bridling the bait and that seems to work decently, ...more but they have to have the bait all the way in the mouth and it risks a deep hookset. this time it was simply a homemade leader of braided cable and a size 7 Gomagatsu circle and worked. it's random for sure, but I just don't like damaging them is my main concern to return them to the water.
    4. Caleb Lewis 0
      thats what im talkin bout. good job man i always use bluegill abd they bite but i never get the hookste. they patrol the banks of douglas and i just put it on their ...more nose and the bites are flawless but i never get the hook set
    5. George Horvath 0
      Wow
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  7. Barely hooked this guy in the chin

    Yellow Bullhead Catfish with a Cut Mullet

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice
  8. Decent sized little gar.

    Spotted Gar with a Cut Shad

    1. Caleb Lewis 0
      theyre in douglas lake
    2. Caleb Lewis 0
      thats where i catch em
    3. Nathan Morgan 0
      Really?? I honestly have no idea where all they live. I'm assuming southern states
    4. George Horvath 0
      I never saw a gar in NJ.
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  9. Getting these guys out of the ponds to save the habitat. They will become great Gar bait in the near future....Stay tuned

    Common Carp with a Cast Net

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice
  10. 20 lb mono on a light rod. Fought for about 20 minutes. First big ugly finally!

    26 lb. 3 oz. Black Drum with a Cut Mullet

    1. George Horvath 0
      Nice one
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