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Old 04-27-2009, 02:23 PM
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Default Aransas Report, Including a new species for BigCliff

Not too many pictures to put up, as I was too busy having fun to mess with a camera most of the time. The wind blew hard (normal and expected), the light sucked (abnormal and frustrating), but great times were had.

I'd never caught a Gafftop before, and I'm told doing so on fly is quite rare.

Snot Monsta- Kinda pretty in person, but some fat guy was blocking the sun.
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And a small Speck from the same school
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Rest of the time, tomfoolery took precedent over photography. I might talk about how great it would be to have a job like Tosh's, but I would get fired so quick its stupid.

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Looks like a fun day man. Great pics(what there are) lol
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Default Re: Aransas Report, Including a new species for BigCliff

ive caught a couple of those catfish species here in melbourne, FL. they were a fun catch!
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