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Big Bite

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Aquatic Soul
Jan 20, 2005
Received this email today
Apparently its true, Think i will take a carefull look next time i feel tugging on my fish on the float line
Hope i have attached it properly


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yeah...its stuff like that that make nervous of open water hunting...although i do want to try it. Id have more incentive if i could use spearguns though.

That must have been one sickeningly big tigershark..

Edit: How often does this type of thing happen? ive seen like 4 or 5 pics of people just holding heads of fish.. any ideas?
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[ame=http://forums.deeperblue.net/showthread.php?t=33154]Picture was also posted in this thread, March 2003[/ame]
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