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Tuna Town

Tuna Town

There are several places that bill themselves as Tuna Town USA, but few are as worthy as Venice, Louisiana. And when the fall bite is on, it’s time to strap on the fighting belt and hang on for all you’re worth.
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from Elias johnston wrote 1 year 16 weeks ago

How could he Reel in a tuna that small? [but to admit it I have reeled in a catfish that was 0.45Lbs!]

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from Theamazingcorey wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I use to work at Cypress Cove Marina in Venice and every year The Isle of Capri Casino in Biloxi holds a Tarpon Rodeo and the winning boat a couple of years ago left out of Cypress Cove when I worked there. The boat pulled in a 362 lb yellow fin. That is the prettiest fish I have ever seen. It was huge.

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from hernandez wrote 4 years 43 weeks ago

Wow! Those fish are absolutely amazing. I love the picture of the platform also. It's nice to see evidence of our country working toward being not so dependent on foreign oil. These pics really bring out the best in America! Great job guys! I am sure this fishing adventure was a reat treat! The trophies are A+.

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from tarponboy wrote 4 years 43 weeks ago

Are these fish any good to eat?

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from tarponboy wrote 4 years 43 weeks ago

I sure wish I could go and fish in such a great place, pretty, with big fish and lots of people who know what they're doing. Instead, I have to sit next to a hospital bed and take care of a family member. Great photos, but, lordy, lordy, lordy, do I wish I could go fishing.

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from hernandez wrote 4 years 43 weeks ago

Wow! Those fish are absolutely amazing. I love the picture of the platform also. It's nice to see evidence of our country working toward being not so dependent on foreign oil. These pics really bring out the best in America! Great job guys! I am sure this fishing adventure was a reat treat! The trophies are A+.

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from tarponboy wrote 4 years 43 weeks ago

I sure wish I could go and fish in such a great place, pretty, with big fish and lots of people who know what they're doing. Instead, I have to sit next to a hospital bed and take care of a family member. Great photos, but, lordy, lordy, lordy, do I wish I could go fishing.

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from tarponboy wrote 4 years 43 weeks ago

Are these fish any good to eat?

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from Theamazingcorey wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

I use to work at Cypress Cove Marina in Venice and every year The Isle of Capri Casino in Biloxi holds a Tarpon Rodeo and the winning boat a couple of years ago left out of Cypress Cove when I worked there. The boat pulled in a 362 lb yellow fin. That is the prettiest fish I have ever seen. It was huge.

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from Elias johnston wrote 1 year 16 weeks ago

How could he Reel in a tuna that small? [but to admit it I have reeled in a catfish that was 0.45Lbs!]

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