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Tooth-a-palooza 2008

Simply unbelieveable.

This morning I got to the beach with a low tide not a soul in sight and no wind.

Found some hemis and then a nice mako, then a nice meg…So I was having a real good day. Then in the water sat a pretty 2.5 meg, I then looked to the right and saw a nice size mako 1-7/8. A step later a super sweet upper hemi………So basically after that it was slow going again. I turned around and was on my way back and saw a good size meg half buried in sand on the opposite side of a boulder. I brushed a little sand off and out comes …not a meg at all!  2-7/8 Lower MAKO.

All in all 4 makos---2-7/8---1-7/8---2 that were 1-5/8

5 megs---2-5/8---1-5/8---2 that were 1-7/8---and a tiny post…5/8” wide.

11 hemis over an inch ---6 were 1.25---1 was 1.5”.

 

CANYLAND

Location Calvert County, Maryland, USA

ID2592
Membertonyholt
Date Added2/19/2008

THE MONSTER
the whole catch
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