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Updated: 08/21/2014 08:00:03AM

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Helene Panaretos with her largest red grouper yet, caught offshore aboard Let Er Rip.

K caught but had to release 32-inch redfish near Boca Grande Pass.

One of four limits of walleye caught in July, 2014 by "Pancho" Riley of Port Charlotte; "Capt. Marvel" Freeman of Rogersville, Ala.; "Stretch" Jones of Huntsville, Ala.; "Big Hogg" Wren of Mt. Juliet, Tenn.; and "Zero" Harwick of Huntsville, Ala. They fished out of Marblehead, Ohio, with Capt. Bob Hayner of Eagle Eye Charters.

Betty McLean of Punta Gorda with a Pine Island snook.

Jensen Bailey of Oakley, Ill., with his first snook, caught in Pine Island Sound.

Bob Bodtke with his biggest red grouper, a whopping 32-incher.

Two-year-old Khloe caught this bluegill, her first fish, from a Kings Highway retention pond.

Sean Sisk hauled this big black drum out from under a bridge on the mouth of the Peace River.

Port Charlotte native Matthew Shepherd landed this 42-inch snook form the Port Charlotte Beach Pier.

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