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<span id="ctl00_ctlContentPlaceHolder_ctl00_ctlTopic_ctlPanelBar_ctlTopicsRepeater_ctl01_lblFullMessage">Ok so I'm writing another magazine article, this time it is a swordfishing article for the July issue of Great Days Outdoors Magazine (I'll post a link to the magazine's website below in case you aren't familiar with the publication). I need 10-12 good pictures of swordfish. The best shots would be ones taken just after the fish is caught or in the water just before it is landed. If you have any pictures like that, I would greatly appreciate it if you could email them to me (I'll put my email address below). If your photo(s) are used for the article, I will make sure you receive credit for the photo and will send you a copy of the issue the article runs in. Thanks in advance for your help!!


My email address: [email protected]

Magazine's Website: http://www.gdomag.com
 

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I know you probablly can't use these because they had been in the box for a few hours but I still wanted to show them. They were caught on the boat Hot Black & Sticky ( I think that was the name) one night out around the Spur. Probablly the most fun charter I've ever been on. This is the only time I've ever fished for em and I had a blast. I think the Capt. name was Sal or Sol or something like that. Been a couple years ago. I'm looking forward to seeing some of the pics. posted on this thread.
 

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I appreciate the picture Joey. The Captain's name is Salt. Crazy bastard too haha but in a good way. Oh and ROLL TIDE!
 

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With the Spur and Steps closed, where is a guy supposed to catch swordfish around herethese days? (if any one has an answer, feel free to send me a PM..lol)
 

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I know they aren't still in the water or "just caught", but it's all I have...







 

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Fiver- Just because the areas are closed doesnt mean that there is oil there, I could be wrong and I would certainly check before fishing a closed area but I dont think it will be enforced upon recreational fishermen and is really being done for liability purposes by the govt/noaa. However, you could try going further east around the squiggles.

Downtime/Topshelf- if ya'll dont mind, could you email those pics to me? [email protected]
 
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