Brent Watson aboard his 22-foot Sea Fox holding his personal best 19.5-inch mangrove snapper along with one of his keeper lane snappers to compare the size difference.
Ken Pierce caught this 32-inch black drum in the canal behind Windmill Village. The fish ate a shrimp with small splitshot and was reportedly delicious.
6-year-old Aryssa Guido caught her canal trout while fishing with Daddy.
Jerry Kuiper of Windmill Village with his biggest Alligator Creek trout ever - a 24-inch beauty caught on a live shrimp under a bobber.
Dennis Chamberlin from Trenton, Mich., with an about-to-be-released snook caught on Capt Jessie Baker's Sheila B Good.
Dave Griggs with a limit of trout (and one bluefish) he caught near Cabbage Key.
New Jersy resident Jack Gallagher with his first-ever redfish, which was carefully released.
Capt. Larry Smith with a monster mangrove snapper: Just over 12 pounds and a hair shy of 26 inches.
L.B Hoffman went out past the red tide "dead zone" with Capt. Larry Smith and hooked up with this spunky bonito.
Chris Parbs caught these sheepshead in the canal by her house.
10-year-old Max Magielnicki of Arcadia with a beatiful twin-spotted redfish.
10-year-old Henry Lockwood reported thsi trout "pulled with the power of Thor."
4-year-old Will Kostman may have a had a bit of help catching this snook from his dad Chris.
Dennis Vamos of Alexandria, Ky., and his grandpa Charlie Hebel caught five nice grouper 33 miles out of Venice.
Jack Baugher caught this 2-pound pompano while fishing with his wife and Capt. Robin Leach of Punta Gorda Charters.
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