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For some reason I could not post anymore if my first Navarre thread.
Maybe it's something to do with posting from my iPad lol.
Had to share these wonderful pics.
18 black drum total
6 bull reds
2 slot reds
2 sheep head
3 pompano




fish on!!!! Get EM son!!
 

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Life is good...
I am truly blessed...

Sometimes just stopping on the side of a bridge to soak in the moment is just what a man needs...
 

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Good luck anglers...
Keep me posted...
Come on pompano... COME ON COBIA

BRRRRRING IT!!! :thumbup:
 

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Man, i have been enjoying your posts for a while. I was headed your way, but the snow/ice are preventing us from leaving out from Tennessee. Looking forward to seeing more.
 

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You guys absolutely crushed em!! Awesome pics and report! I can only imagine how proud you are of your son... So cool!
On a side note, I have a legitimate question regarding holding the bull reds in their gill plates.... I'm not making an argument or trying to change this awesome report into something negative. Please don't take my question in that way. I was under the impression that when releasing a fish, that it wasnt good for the fish to hold them up by their gill plates (with fingers inside the gills, and the plates flared out). It makes for a heck of a photo! I'm not a PETA advocate or anything lol, I am just wondering. I have been under this impression for a while, but maybe I have been wrong. I know that red drum (especially TH bulls) are very strong and resilient fish, so maybe that may be part of the answer? I'm just trying to learn in every area possible.... Always something to learn! ��
 
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