Sharking In P'cola... Hammer Report

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Re: Sharking In P'cola... Hammer Report

Postby BigScott on September 24th, 2014, 2:48 pm

awesome Hammer! Congrats!
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Re: Sharking In P'cola... Hammer Report

Postby elwinsharp on September 25th, 2014, 7:35 am

Fantastic Catch!!! Congratulations to all.
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Re: Sharking In P'cola... Hammer Report

Postby johnf on September 25th, 2014, 12:20 pm

Greatwhite wrote:what?! A shark over 10' foot on a 12/0! Thats blasphemy!
:lol:

Awesome Hammer man. dang nice red also.
I bet your boy was stoked to see a shark that size on the beach.


I caught a 10' hammer on a 309 with 30'# line last summer.

I heard when Chile was a kid he caught 6' mako with a zebco 33 on 4lb line. ;)
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Re: Sharking In P'cola... Hammer Report

Postby ChileRelleno on September 25th, 2014, 12:53 pm

johnf wrote:I heard when Chile was a kid he caught 6' mako with a zebco 33 on 4lb line. ;)

Actually it was caught on an original Pocket Fishermen with 6# line & a Mepps Comet Minnow spinner.
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Re: Sharking In P'cola... Hammer Report

Postby paddleout91 on September 29th, 2014, 10:54 am

Stud hammer on the 12/0! Awesome
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Re: Sharking In P'cola... Hammer Report

Postby MNsharker on October 1st, 2014, 10:19 pm

Thats a genuine beast of a fish my friend! Good work! With the unsuccessful release...it happens to the best of us. Even those who have years of experience, making sure they get every fish to swim off like nothing happened, they too will eventually have that one fish or two that is either too old, too tired, or has some other complication happen with the fight and unhooking process that ends its life. Then again, my stepdad mounted his trophy Muskie that died after being out of the water too long (3 large treble hooks and a 40 pound fish in a net make a tangled mess). I wonder if anyone does shark mounts???
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