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    What the biggest fish you ever caught?

    Discussion in 'Fishing forum' started by Ash, Aug 31, 2005.

    1. divemaster99

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      I estimated them both around 24-30 years old based on length, weight, and the average size-age for fish in the lake. As long as they went down okay, they should still be swimming and getting even larger.
       
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      150 pound Tarpon or a 10 ft long nurse shark both in Boca Grande Florida.
       
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      I have caught a 25 pound king salmon and my dad caught 40 pound king... I also caught a 20 pound trout with my hands... no joke they get that big look it up.
       
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      I have caught a 25 pound king salmon and my dad caught 40 pound king... I also caught a 20 pound trout with my hands... no joke they get that big look it up.
       
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      200 lb plus southern stingray
       
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      I caught a 43 1/2" muskie while bass fishing! That was a pretty intense fight.
       
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      They can get more than twice that size,at least for browns ,rainbows and especially steelhead.
       
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      I got a paroon shark around 20 kg (atleast that was what the guide told me) it was about 3 or 4 feet long ( i maybe wrong ), had to go through hell to get that thing
       
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      Lost a lot of big fish through the years lol, (alligator gar, grouper, misc. sharks) the biggest I landed was a snakehead in South FL, was almost 4 ft!
       
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      Must of not been a bullseye snakehead, what species was it?
       

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