Florida Sportsman member: harrisa2006 She put up one incredible fight. I knew this was going to be a good fish, but when she partially surfaced and I saw her tail, I could not believe me eyes. My arms began to shake, I was completely flabbergasted. I have caught big snook before, but this snook was so big, that it did not even look like a snook anymore. It looked like a living dinosaur.
Florida Sportsman member: miami mutton The yellowtail bite was really good, we were targeting them shallower than usual. We also caught some keeper muttons and a nice grey, all in the same spot. We got there close to 9:am and by 10:30am we had close to a five man snapper limit, which we managed to complete, along with a few macks, bonito and a barracuda.
Florida Sportsman member: emaxwell Stephen Tucker of Gallatin, Tennessee took down a world record 47-point buck with his muzzleloader. The buck is a contender to be the world’s largest hunter-taken whitetail of all time. The antlers could be worth more than $100,000. Tucker’s estimated 3.5 year old deer weighed in at 150 pounds.