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Dream Fish- Part 2

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Murat

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Long time ago our mate Iya started thread about "What is your dream fish to spear?" I would like to refresh that thread to see who cought his/her dream fish or changes in goals and let the new comers join in. You can write few fish to the list but don't make it tooo longgg.....;)

I will start with mines:cool:

1-) Big bad ass spinefoot---> caught this summer about 32cm the biggest that i have ever seen.

2-)Grouper bigger than 10kg---> still waiting that day...

3-)Greater AJ, anything around 20 kg or bigger is fine

4-)Dentex (dentex dentex or common dentex) 5kg is fine but i will pray for monster size, bigger than 10kg....
 

Rolando

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My favorite fish are usually the ones that are the most challenging to capture. In the Miami reefs, the Mutton Snappers are challenging to spear and tasteful to eat. And of course the "Miami Black Groupers" are always a challenge both to see and kill. They are very skittish in these waters and are extremely intelligent, thus anytime a good-size one is landed, it's an accomplhishment.

Spanish Mackerel are good as well. Not much experience with Blue water species.
 

rigdvr

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got my wahoo but still waiting on my yellowfin tuna...
 
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