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Thread: All Time Snaggedline Record Fish Leaderboard

  1. #201
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    Huge congrats, Turtle135!!! Beautiful fish. Although I'm a little bummed since you took my record.
    John D.
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  2. #202
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    Quote Originally Posted by deleonjo View Post
    Huge congrats, Turtle135!!! Beautiful fish. Although I'm a little bummed since you took my record.
    thanks!

    well there is only one thing for you to do, get out there and get a bigger one!
    Dave

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  3. #203
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    Cobia; Chesapeake Bay, Eastern Shore of VA.

    The only photo I have with a tape of the fish shows 49" to the top for of the tail, but I had the tape laying on the fish and the fish wasn't totally flat. When I got home I was able to measure it properly with the tape on a flat surface and the fish on top of the tape - then it measured 51".



  4. #204
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    Great catch- congratulations
    "Lady Luck" 2016 Red Hibiscus Outback
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  5. #205
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    Cobia; Chesapeake Bay, Eastern Shore of VA.

    The only photo I have with a tape of the fish shows 49" to the top for of the tail, but I had the tape laying on the fish and the fish wasn't totally flat. When I got home I was able to measure it properly with the tape on a flat surface and the fish on top of the tape - then it measured 51".

    Pretty, pretty fish. Congrats!!
    Bruce

    Wilderness System, Thresher 155

  6. #206
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    Awesome, eating good for a while!

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    Ryan
    Blue 2016 Hobie Outback
    Chesapeake Bay Kayak Anglers, Inc

  7. #207
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    I was curious, is this still being updated?
    Last edited by AmberjackYakin; 06-11-2017 at 05:09 PM.

  8. #208
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    doesn't look like its been updated in a while
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  9. #209
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    Will this do it?

    The tarpon was caught Aug 5th, 2017 and released.
    I was the only friend the tarpon had that time. I removed a MirrOlure with 3 treble hooks from the inside of the mouth. Otherwise the tarpon would die.

    Thanks for Slobber Bob's suggestion, I requested the citation for it.
    Two months later, a lady from Virginia Marine Resources Commission, emailed me on Oct 6 to confirm that the tarpon was actually caught in Northern Neck in Chesapeake Bay. I had to presents multiple pics generated from multiple video footage. Her superior confirmed after reviewing multiple pics with the tarpon and the ruler on the paddle, that the folk length of the tarpon was over 63" indeed. So the tarpon will be officially in the Virginia Marine Resources Commission record, and I will receive the plaque for it in February, 2018

    Thank you Slobber Bob for suggesting the citation request.

    Here is the pic of the tarpon


    Joe
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  10. #210
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    So I would like to get a spot on the leaderboard for Sailfish. The one pictured below was caught last Friday 11/10/17 on a live goggle eye, slow trolled behind a kayak off Delray Beach FL. We did not measure it but the guide stated it was definitely a mature adult and probably weighed about 60 pounds. I would guess it was about 7-8 ft long, judging by it's appearance next to the kayak. The fight lasted about 50 minutes, and was very exciting but exhausting, using a 5000 class spinning reel. It was released alive and very healthy.



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