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Old 10-08-2012, 05:08 PM   #1
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article from the register. Anyone else see it?

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Old 10-08-2012, 05:17 PM   #2
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Congrats. I want to try sailfish to see how it is. I know there is going to be a bunch of angry individuals about killing it but if they are legal who cares.
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Wow! Dang rite, if tha family eats it, it aint a waste!! Who we saving them for anyway, the CHICOMS?? LOL

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Old 10-08-2012, 05:18 PM   #4
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Cool, lots of sails this year. I cant wait to get mine from my kayak. Lord knows Ive been trying hard.
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There was one caught at the Pensacola beach peir a couple days ago the beached it and was supposed to be serving it at the restraunt that night. It's on there fb page
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I agree with keeping it if you want. I don't agree with gaffing it , calling a friend, finding out the legal length, then measuring it to find out it was just legal. Turned out lucky that it measured or it would have been wasted.
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If it's a trophy to you, and you want to keep it and it's legal, I have no problem with that.

Congrats to them for catching their fist bill!
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Wirelessly posted (Iphone 4s)

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Atlantic sailfish stocks are perhaps the healthiest of all billfish. As long as it isn't hung up for pics and then thrown in for crab bait, then good for them.

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I agree with keeping it if you want. I don't agree with gaffing it , calling a friend, finding out the legal length, then measuring it to find out it was just legal. Turned out lucky that it measured or it would have been wasted.
I completely agree.
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