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DUSTIN & CHRIS BROXSON
Naples, FL – The peacock wolfpack was definitely out in force, we had 3 doubles on the day.
Sebastian, FL – Alexander Prince 37” red caught at Sebastian inlet on cut lady fish.
Fort Myers Beach, FL – My first permit and first time fishing in the Gulf!
Tampa, FL – This stud thumped a big mullet hard; cranked down and pulled it out of the docks as he was trying to wrap me.
St. Augustine, FL – I caught this bull red on a live blue crab, fishing the last of the outgoing tide under the 312 bridge. She measured 42 inches.
Clearwater Beach, FL – Out on my little 10 ft Jon boat when I made a cast under a dock and got thumped. Reeled in this 30 inch red fish.
Eastpoint, FL – Hooked under the St. George bridge and almost took all my line (braided), pulled anchor and followed it to get it on the boat.
Pass-a-grille Beach, FL – Caugh this massive snook with jumbo shrimp after trying to get in the structure and had me climbing all over the rocks.
Port Saint Joe, FL – Nice bull red on a cold slow afternoon!
Delray Beach, FL – On one of the last baits I finally got picked up and let ‘em eat for a few seconds and set the hook. My first clown!
Deerfield beach, FL – 2 days 2 drifts 110ft.
Florida Keys – 42.5″ snook in the keys.
Saint Petersburg, FL – Personal best snook!
Stuart, FL – Golden tile out of Stuart, FL!
Venice, FL – Hooked up this 48.5” monster 90 miles in the Gulf. Personal best fish and the most exciting catch I’ve ever had.