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Updated: 03/14/2014 08:06:19AM

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Kathy Wensley with a healthy spotted seatrout. Almost worthy of a cover shot -- almost!

Claudia Hughes' first big catch -- A 10-pound blackfin tuna caught of shore out of Gasparilla Pass.

Toni Yard with a 26-inch Sarasota Bay snook. By the way, snook season ended Dec. 1. Next chance you have to harvest a legal-sized linesider is March 1!

An excited 11-year-old Anja Hagenson with a 14-inch sheepshead caught in a PGI canal at the home of her grandparents, Marv and Joanell Dyrstad. Go Edina Hornets! (It's a Minnesota thing)

Nathan Barber proudly shows off a nice sheepshead from a Port Charlotte canal. The sheepies have returned for the winter!

Coulton Grimm with a pinfish almost worthy of filleting. Dr. Mark Asperilla looks on, likely with thoughts of using that fish to catch a bigger one.

Kiefer Mercer, 18, caught this big 41-inch snook in Placida. It took nearly 20 minutes to reel in. Sounds like fun, Keifer!

Marcia and Gary Pfleeger of Venice and Pastor De Ann Dobbs of Indian River, MI., with red and gag groupe,r 10 mangrove snapper and a 20-pound king mackerel. Thats' a lot of fish!

North Port resident Cliff Burnell shows off an impressive stringer of sheepshead he caught recently at the Placida pier.

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