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    The kinks worked, not sure why I wasn't seeing the pics before if others could see them. Anyhow, those look good.

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    Here's the answer, it works!
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    That looks like our Jack crevalle down here in florida. They are so stupid I've hooked them in the ass. We don't usually eat them because of the blood veins in the meat. Fun to catch and release however. They school up next to the lures when trolling and we usually hook them 2 at a time.
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    They call it "carangue", it seems to be the same as jack crevalle. He caught a bonito fish too (bonite in french), not the fishes the most sought after but that's the game
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