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Updated: 03/03/2016 08:30:18AM

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Glen Rogne of Red Bluff, Calif., caught and released this 8-pound gag.

What's that Ken Cox of Fort Myers has? Why, it's a 35-pound amberjack.

Dave Justus got this African pompano on charter with Joe Miller.

Steve Phillips was hoping his redfish would make the cover, but there's too much shadow on his face. Lighting, Steve!

Keith Scholle caught this massive 85-pound amberjack on a wreck in 80 feet of water.

Samantha Hall had fun catching this Gasparilla Pass sheepshead.

Rick Doll caught and released this 24-inch long amberjack 30 miles out into the Gulf of Mexico. He was wondering if it's a lesser or greater amberjack. Based on the large eye and body depth, I'll guess it's a lesser. But if you need to be sure, count the gill rakers. Greater amberjack have 11 to 19 rakers; lesser AJs have 23 to 26.

Doug Rhees caught this plump sheepshead on a shrimp while fishing under the mangroves for redfish.

James Kulisz of Youngstown, Ohio, caught and released this 27-inch, 8-pound redfish while fishing off the east wall.

8-year-old Cole Wildeboer of North Port, with his prized catch caught in a canal off Burnt Store Road.

Tom Power, Bruce Smith and Tom Wicki with some of the tasty red grouper they caught in the Gulf.

James Mula of Pennsylvania caught this 40-inch El Jobean snook. She was released unharmed to make many more snook.

Mike Emmons of Lafayettte, Ind., caught and released this 9-pound gag.

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