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What in your opinion is the hardest fighting fish pound to pound. Keep them equal no 150# tarpon vs. 40# something else.

My guess would be a Jack Cravelle
 

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I feel pound for pound would be a Bluegill in freshwater and a Ray in saltwater. But there are many others I haven't caught, or hooked that I know of. I'm sure a Jack would be way up there.
 

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Brad from Bagdad (1/11/2008)the true pound for pound best fighter is a bluegill. AJ and Jack Crevalle are close seconds.
imagine a shell cracker as big as a jack!!! that would be a bad boy..........
 

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On light tackle, BoBo's are a blast. AJ's are tough but they wear out fairly quickly. I did get to watch Ron, fight an anchor line for about 30 mins. He wrangled that thing like a pro. Funny thing is, we all thought he had a shark. The anchor came loose and when we moved a little it would tug on his line, just like a shark. It was too funny once we realized what it was. I will grant you this, he never gave up.
 

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croakerchoker (1/11/2008)PINK SNAPPER PUTS UP A QUITE A BATTLE.
I don't know about that!! I have caught plenty with out even trying to!!! Now getting them off (the hook) is a different story!!
 
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