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Old 07-18-2018, 09:40 PM  
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Default Tax Season for anyone else?

Our past two trips have absolutely been full of the taxman taking more than his due. We primarily fish southeast of P-Cola Pass and every hole we hit last week had at least one shark on it. We even hooked one on a vertical jig.

It makes getting a limit pretty tough, but it also makes for some entertaining fights trying to get snapper past the sharks.

I gave up on trying to make a snapper fishing video report and just turned it into a shark fishing video. Is anyone else dealing with heavy sharks recently?

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Sharks are out in force this year. Nice video!
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Sharks are out in force this year. Nice video!
Glad I'm not the only one running into them. It's been rough for us; seems like all of our spots have a couple lingering around. You've got to respect them as the apex predator that they are though. Absolutely ruthless eating machines haha.
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Old 07-19-2018, 05:34 AM  
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We had a Hammerhead around the boat last weekend. We tried to keep the fly lines away from him and he got so pissed he tail splashed the boat twice. Had to laugh, never seen one do that before. We also had at least 4 or 5 hook ups with sharks. Had a small shark get bitten in half by another, never seen that either, they must be hungry!
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yep, paid our dues 2 weeks ago!
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It's getting expensive. Maybe the IRS trained them .
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We fished 1/2 dozen spots along the Edge last weekend and we couldn't get a fish in the boat because of the sharks. We moved 25 east miles.........more sharks.
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Yes we had one big boy spool us in 125 ft and we brought a 7 ft bull shark to the boat in 80 ft on Sunday
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