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Aug 04, 2010

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CAPT JIM

LOOKS LIKE WE DID SEE THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY HURRAY FOR THE FISH

Micah Frisinger

I am pretty sure these tournaments are catch and release (tag). Nobody is eating the poor marlins.

Cody

AWESOME!!! I'm glad that fish are fighting for freedom! i cut fish out of my diet FOREVER because i think that they are too innocent to be eaten. Although many sea animals attack humans, people still shouldn't eat them. I mean c'mon, how would you like it if you were deep-fried in oil, or baked in the oven. I hope all fish would stand up for their civil rights. SAVE THE SEAS!

Steven

Wow......!! This is every angler's dream, of landing a fish that size. However, I am glad it got away.

CM

I'm glad to see the fish fight off of the hook. What a majestic fish! It had to be farily old and he/she will live to strengthen their genitic pool.

joan

Imagine a creature becoming frantic after being hooked and "attacking" a boat. Seems he was the one attacked despite it being a tournament.

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